a. What do Aeneas and Achates witness when they are enveloped in mist as they come to and enter the city of Carthage?
a. He observes: a huge city, paved streets busy with Tyrians hard at work, the building of walls and the fortifying of the citadel, the marking out of sites for houses with trenches, the making of laws, the choosing of officials, the installation of a senate, the dredging of the harbor, and the laying out of the foundation for a theater. Pretty much the building of a city. At the center of the city he sees a shrine to Juno. In the middle of this there are bronze pictures of the Trojan war, depicting scenes and people that he remember.