- Roman myth the son of Aeneas and Creusa; founder of Alba Longa, mother city of RomeAlso called: Iulus
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Ascanius was followed by his dogs, and he had his bow and arrows in his hand.Romulus, Makers of History
At l. 50 the stage-direction was "Exit Sergestus with Ascanius."
We must suppose that Venus had borne the sleeping Ascanius to Cyprus.
Ascanius, too, she would embrace for love of his father, if so she might cheat her own heart.
Much they marvelled at the gifts of Æneas, and much at the false Ascanius.