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/fiˈeɪ ʃə/ Show Spelled[fee-ey-shuh] Show IPA. noun Classical Mythology.

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Elizabeth Richey BRANSCOME The Phaeacians and the Doliones
Elizabeth Richey BRANSCOME. The Phaeacians and the Doliones: The Use of Homer in Apollonius' Argonautica 1.939-1152.
The Odyssey Character List (alphabetical)
Alcinous - King of the Phaeacians, who offers Odysseus hospitality in his island Arete - Queen of the Phaeacians, wife of Alcinous, and mother of Nausicaa.
Notes on Homer's Odyssey and Aristotle's Poetic Analysis Thereof
6. The Odyssey (2/3)
Scherie, Island of the Phaeacians. Books 6-8. ∎.
The Odyssey: Odysseus' Adventures
communication that his stay w/the Phaeacians will allow him to develop. Athletic contest: compare games for Patrocolus.

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Theater preview: The epicenter of an epic
The hip-hop troupe Culture Shock Dance San Diego gets to play the vivacious Phaeacians.

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Scheria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Odyssey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phaeacians - Greek Mythology Link
Location of Corcyra, believed to be the island of the Phaeacians.
Phaeacians - definition of Phaeacians by the Free Online Dictionary
How did the Phaeacians help Odysseus
Keryra (Corcyra) the island of the Phaeacians is the last place visited by Odysseus before he returns home.

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