This is the video compiled from submissions from all 6 schools involved in the yearly Latinalia (Latin-Day) at Syracuse University in March. Each school was assigned a portion of the story of Aeneas from the famous Roman story the Aeneid written by Vergil. This is an epic poem after the styles of the Illiud and Oddysey and about the same time period but from the perspective of Aeneas, a Trojan prince who escapes the Trojan War and looks for a new homeland and eventually founds the city that will be known as Rome. Each school was given a maximum of 5 minutes for their schools entry and could be done in any time period or style as long as the details from the Aeneid were correct. Enjoy!