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Jul 7, 2008 After sailing for seven days, they arrived at the Laestrygonian city of Telepylus.

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Abbey of Thelema in "Telepylus," and to.
How he came to Telepylus next, where the Laestrygonians destroyed all his ships and his fighting men, and how his was the only vessel to escape.
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The Early Development of the Polis: Boundaries, Balance, and
Laestrygonian city of Telepylus (10.94-148) had a harbor and was positioned on high ground, but did not have a wall or agriculture.
Abbas bin Muhammad 236 Abbasids 225 Abd Allah bin 'Amr 236
Telepylus (Odyssey) 316. Temple Mt. (Jerusalem) 360, 361.

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Telepylos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Telepylos or Telepylus (Ancient Greek: Τηλέπυλος, meaning: The far-off port) was the mythological city of the Laestrygonians.
The Magical Mandarin - The Lost Lamen of Telepylus
The Magical Mandarin - The Lost Lamen of Telepylus.
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Telepylus - Description: Telepylos or Telepylus was the mythological city of the Laestrygonians. In the Odyssey, it is described as the rocky stronghold of Lamos.
The Internet Classics Archive | The Odyssey by Homer
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