Re: The Aeneid Decoded
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You stated, "It would be nice if more folks were getting excited about this (or at least showing it), but I'm not one to play games."

I was on a short family trip. I am actually very excited about it. Great job!

However, praise is always shortlived. Now, you must tie these individuals down to cities and graves.

I assume you don't think that the "Troy" of Homer was the city in Turkey. Where do you think Troy actually was? Avaris? or the city which became Alexandria? Perhaps, the city where Ramses II fought off the Sea Peoples?

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