Results for: Aeneid

In Oedipus Rex

What does Dido of 'The Aeneid' have in common with Jocasta of 'Oedipus Rex'?

That they both are rejected by the younger men whom they love is what Dido in "The Aeneid" by Homer (fl. 8th B.C.E.) has in common with Jocasta in " Oedipus Rex " by Sophocle (MORE)
In Books and Literature

Who wrote the great book 'Aeneid'?

The great book "Aeneid" was written by Virgil. It tells the story of Aeneas; Aeneas was a Trojan who went to Italy and later became the ancestor of the Romans.