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Odysseus at the Palace of Alcinous - Ancient/Classical History
In Odyssey Book VIII, Odysseus, who has been staying at the palace of Nausicaa's father, King Alcinous of the Phaeacians, has not yet revealed his identity.
Odyssey Book VII - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
He asks for her help in getting back home and then sits down in the ashes by the fire until the wisest man in the gathering, Echeneus, brings it to Alcinous' ...
Odysseus and Hospitality to Strangers - Ancient/Classical History
In contrast to Polyphemus, Alcinous , King of the Phaeacians, offers hospitality without even knowing who Odysseus is, although he suspects his guest of being  ...
Odyssey Book VIII - Summary of the Events in Odyssey Book VIII
The 8th Book of the Odyssey begins at dawn with Odysseus (still an unnamed stranger) and his host Alcinous going to the Phaeacian assembly. Alcinous ...
Odyssey Book VII Quiz - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
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8 - The Odyssey - Homer (c. 850 BC) - translated by Samuel Butler
Alcinous then led the way, and the others followed after, while a servant went to fetch Demodocus. The fifty–two picked oarsmen went to the sea shore as they ...
Odyssey, Book XI - Plot Summary
He then says it's time for sleep, but Alcinous wants to hear more. Odysseus tells Alcinous that he's happy to stay a year if that is needed to make sure Odysseus ...
Homer Odyssey Book XI - Nekuia The Adventures of Odysseus in ...
What Odysseus learns satisfies his own curiosity and provides information for the rest of us, including King Alcinous whom Odysseus is regaling with tales of the ...
Odyssey Book XI: Nekuia - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
In the outer frame, in which he was recounting his adventures, he wanted to stop speaking so he and his crew could get some sleep, but his host, Alcinous, the ...
Odyssey Book XIII - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
By the start of the 13th book of the Odyssey, Odysseus has finished his travelogue for the feasting Phaeacian nobility. The Phaeacian king, Alcinous, tells the ...
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