- Alcinous n. Greek Mythology A king of Phaeacia, father of Nausicaa, who entertained Odysseus.
- 1 ANGEZEIGTE LITERATUR Alcinous: The Handbook of Platonism
- Alcinous: The Handbook of Platonism. Transl. with an introd.
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- THE GARDENS OF ALCINOUS AND THE ORAL DICTATED TEXT
- imagined the vineyard still to flourish in the distant wonderland, but Alcinous was long dead, so and silver guard-dogs made for Alcinous by Hephaestus, 91-3.
- The Odyssey
- Alcinous his name and about his experiences in the land of the Cyclopes, huge monster-like beings with one eye.
- Personal Favor and Public Influence: Arete, Arsinoë II, and the
- Arete helps Medea by speaking privately to Alcinous.
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- AS Éperon : Payet - R. Nagama, Refesse puis U. Nagama (53e), Niclin puis Alcinous (53e), Edmond, Tardi, Fontaine, Phalaris puis Alamélou (86e), Egatapatché, Alex, Incana.
- Alcinous - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alcinous or Alkínoös (Gr.
- SparkNotes: The Odyssey: Character List
- Nausicaa - The beautiful daughter of King Alcinous and Queen Arete of the Phaeacians.
- ALCINOUS, Greek Mythology Index
- In the former Alcinous is represented as living with his queen Arete in the island of Drepane.
- People and Places of the Odyssey
- Alcinous - The king of the Phaeacians, husband of Arete and father of Arete - The queen of the Phaeacians, wife of Alcinous and mother of Nausicaan.
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