Dido: queen of Carthage
Acestes: a Sicilian king of Trojan descent
Iris: messenger of Juno
Sibyl (Sibylla): priestess of Apollo at his temple
Caieta: old nurse of Aeneas
Macareus: companion of Ulysses
Achaemenides: companion of Ulysses
Aeolus: king of the winds
Antiphates: king of the Lestrygonians
Polites, Eurylochus and Elpenor: messengers of Ulysses to Circe
Cyllenius: Mercury; named after his birthplace
Picus: son of Saturn, a local god
Canens: a nymph loved by Picus...
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