They have been the frequent subject of art and literature since their debut in the 1st century. ===Villa Valmarana=== The artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo was commissioned by Gaetano Valmarana in 1757 to fresco several rooms in the Villa Valmarana, the family villa situated outside Vicenza.


Portrayed by Steve Reeves, he was the main character in the 1961 sword and sandal film Guerra di Troia (The Trojan War).


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The game ends with him and the Aeneans fleeing Troy's destruction and, spurned by the words of a prophetess thought crazed, goes to a new country (Italy) where he will start an empire greater than Greece and Troy combined that shall rule the world for 1000 years, never to be outdone in the tale of men (The Roman Empire). In the 2018 TV miniseries Fall of a City, Aeneas is portrayed by Alfred Enoch.


He also featured as an Epic Fighter of the Dardania faction in the Troy in 2020. ==Depictions in art== Scenes depicting Aeneas, especially from the Aeneid, have been the focus of study for centuries.

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