Phaeacians   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Phaeacians   - people visited by Odysseus, perhaps in Corcyra
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  + Phaeacia , Phaeacian
[Tib]:PanMes_45   daughter Calypso, nor Phaeacia's land, the end of his
Athen_12.513   the same disposition as the Phaeacians ; and that with that
Athen_12.531   ] has represented the Phaeacians as living feasting and
Athen_15.669   And the quick genius of Phaeacian eloquence
Cic:Brut_71   ung at the feasts of the Phaeacians, and of the profligate
Crinag_9.555   unruffled harbours. I am near Phaeacian Corcyra. So that
Julian:Mis_342   of the happiness of the Phaeacians, and rather than right
Julian:Mis_351   them alone! Among the Phaeacians the youths dance in
Phld:Epigr_11.44   sweeter than the land of the Phaeacians. But if you ever
SelPap_3.106   old-age of an Alcinous, the Phaeacian, a man who knew how


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