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Anger of King Larbas

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In this passage, Vergil describes the great anger which King Iarbas has when he learns about the union of Dido and Aeneas.

Why is he so angry?

A

He fears the military power which will result from this union between Aeneas and Dido.

B

He is a rejected suitor of Dido.

C

Aeneas rejected his offer to stay in his kingdom in Africa.

D

Dido is betrothed to Iarbas.