- man-eating giants encountered by Odysseus. [Gk. Lit.
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- where Telemachus sought word of his father; Malta, the seductive isle of Calypso; Sicily of the Laestrygonians; the Phlegrean Fields of the cyclops; Taormina, home to the Oxen of the Sun; and finally, Ithaca, home to Odysseus and his wife Penelope.
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- The Laestrygonians destroying Odysseus' fleet. Laestrygones or Laestrygonians were called the cannibal people living in the region of Mount Aetna in Sicily.
- The Laestrygonians were giants, ruled by their king Antiphates. All but Odysseus' own ship entered the harbour.
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- The Laestrygonians (or Laestrygones, Laistrygones, Laistrygonians, Lestrygonians) (gr. Λαιστρυγόνες) were a mythological tribe of gigantic cannibals.
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