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In Vergil's Aeneid, one man is often referred to as he "who held the gods in scorn." Because of the hatred inspired by the atrocities he committed as king, Aeneas was able to gather allies against him in the city, Agylla, that he formerly ruled. What is the name of this man?
Choose the correct answer:Mezentius Turnus Messapus Pallas
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