Aeneid: Unexpected Journey Part IV
Aeneas and his followers landed at the mouth of the River Tiber. As Aeneas had lunch on the field with his son, he realized that they had found their new home. When Ascanius commented on that they were eating their table. This reference came from the encounter of the harpies.
However the Goddess Juno stirred up trouble for new settlers (again). Juno caused Amata to oppose Aeneas' suit, preferring Turnus. When Turnus found out that the king was favoring a stranger, he was also angry. Turnus refused to give up Lavinia and called upon Latinus to help him drive out the Trojans, but the old king refused to go to war against the Trojans, since he knew that Aeneas would fulfil the prophecy, regardless his wife's or Turnus' opposition to the Trojan prince.
While Aeneas was seeking allies, Turnus and the Latins had already attacked the Trojans. The Trojans were besieged in their small, hastily built fort. There was a series of skirmishes in the beginning. The Trojans were about to be overwhelmed by numerically superior force, until Aeneas arrived with reinforcement from newly formed allies, the Etruscans.