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- 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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- Persephone had no real title or position in the world of Olympian gods and goddesses.
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- members untie the hag and release the unfavorable wi'nds. The ships are blown back to Aeolia. Realizing that it is Odysseus' fate to wander, Aeolus scorns him.
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- The ship sailed to AEOLIA. A god named AEOLUS lived on the island. When the ship left the island, Odysseus asked.
- The Odyssey
- 4 Odysseus, whose raft was broken, swam to shore. 3.4 Open answers (1 A 2 C 3 B 4 B 5 A.
- Homespun Homerics in the Kingdom of Aeolus: Ninu Murina in
- poem The Odyssey in the kingdom of the wind god Aeolus.
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- Odysseus: King Aeolus
- Odysseus stopped at Aiolia, home of Aeolus, the god of the winds. He gave them hospitality for a month and provided for a west wind to carry them home.
- Odysseus arrived on the island of Aeolia, ruled by the god Aeolus, Keeper of the Winds. Here, he was a guest for few days.
- AEOLUS : Greek god keeper of the winds ; mythology : AIOLOS
- Hence, says Diodorus, Aeolus is described in mythology as the ruler over the winds, and it was this Aeolus to whom Odysseus came during his wanderings.
- Odysseus and Aeolus, god of the winds (A. Konchalovsky, 1997
- Feb 5, 2010 From the movie "The Odyssey" (A. Konchalovsky, 1997). Classical antiquity in movies.
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