A son of Poseidon, and Lord of the Winds. He figures in the Odyssey, where Odysseus encounters him and is given a bag containing all the
winds (except the one which blows toward Ithaka); Odysseus' sailors open it however, and raise a storm.
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- They might have a depiction of Aeolus, the god of wind, or they might be decorated with representations of such things as lions, crowns, cherubs and eagles. Still other hall chairs were carved tastefully in a Georgian or neoclassical style.
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- Aeolus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Aeolus was the ruler of the winds in Greek mythology. In fact this name was shared by three mythic characters.
- AEOLUS : Greek god keeper of the winds ; mythology : AIOLOS
- AIOLOS (or Aeolus) was the king of the winds who kept the stormy Anemoi Thuellai and Aellai locked away inside the hollow heart of the floating island of Aiolia.
- Mar 3, 1997 Custodian of the four winds. A minor deity, he is the son of a king called Hippotes, and lived on one of the rocky Lipara islands, close to Sicily.
- Aeolus - Greek God Aeolus
- This is a 1911 encyclopedia article on the Greek God Aeolus. In Greek and Roman mythology, Aeolus was a wind god.
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