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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?


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


He is a rejected suitor of Dido.


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


Dido is betrothed to Iarbas.

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