by Virgil, Stanley F. Lombardo (Translator), W. R. Johnson (Introduction)
426 pages
Price: $15.00

Widely considered one of Rome’s greatest poets, Virgil is well known for his epic poem the Aeneid which tells the tale of Rome’s historic origins. Comprised of twelve books, the first six trace Aeneas’ journey from the ruins of Troy to Italy while the remaining books recount the saga of Aeneas’ struggles to establish a settlement in Italy for what would ultimately lead to the foundation of the great Roman Empire.

Virgil's classic song of arms, heroes, and gods is one of the great heritages of Western civilization. Its grandeur, its scope, its passion, have been sought in translation by reverent poets throughout the ages.

56 Page Introduction by W. R. Johnson from the University of Chicago

12-page Glossary of Names 

3 page suggestions for further reading


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