Study Guide, Aeneid, 1-6

What evidence can you find of Aeneas' piety?

Does Anchises offer good advice and moral support to Aeneas?

What models of hospitable and inhospitable behavior does Aeneas encounter on his travels?

What signs does Aeneas have that the "Tiny Troy" is not a real city?

Why might Aeneas be considered "heroically challenged"?

What role do visual signs play in the Aeneid?  Give two examples where Aeneas sees something and it contributes to his understanding of his destiny.

Why is the site of Cumae significant for the Romans?