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In Publius Vergilius Maro's (Vergil's) Aeneid, after the end of the Trojan War Aeneas learns that for Troy's demise, "not Helen's face, nor Paris, was in fault; but by the gods was this destruction brought" (i.e., the gods themselves incited the war). From whom does Aeneas learn this, and how are they related?
Choose the correct answer:Helen - his sister in law Venus (Aphrodite) - his mother Minerva (Athena) - his counselor Dido - the queen of Carthage, his lover
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