- In Greek mythology, the island inhabited by Circe.
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Aeaea — (sometimes Aiaia) was a possibly mythological island said to be the home of the sorceress Circe. Though the somewhat inconsistent geography of the Odyssey is more mythic than literal, Aeaea was later identified by classical Roman writers with… … Wikipedia
AEAEA — ita Circe dicta est (inquit Turnebus Adversar. l. 7. c. 14.) Homeri exemplô. Ductum epitheton a peninsulâ Aeâ sita ad Phasin amnen, ut idem sit ac Colchica. Sic Eustathius in 1. Odys. Αἰαίη, ἀντὶ τȏυ Κολχιχή. Αἶα γὰρ πόλις Κολχίδος παρὰ Λυκόφρονι … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
Aeaea — Ééa Dans la mythologie grecque, Ééa, Ææa ou Aiaia (en grec ancien Αἰαία / Aiaía) est une île de Colchide, située à l embouchure du Phase. C est là que la fable place la résidence du roi Éétès et de Circé, sa sœur, ainsi que l histoire de la… … Wikipédia en Français
Aeaea — /ee ee euh/, n. Class. Myth. 1. the island inhabited by Circe. 2. Circe (def. 1). * * * … Universalium
Aeaea — /ee ee euh/, n. Class. Myth. 1. the island inhabited by Circe. 2. Circe (def. 1) … Useful english dictionary
English words with uncommon properties — For the purposes of this article, any word which has appeared in a recognised general English dictionary published in the 20th century or later is considered a candidate. For interest, some archaic words, non standard words and proper names are… … Wikipedia
Elpenor — In Greek mythology, Elpenor was a good friend of Odysseus. Elpenor was not especially notable for his intelligence or strength, but he survived the Trojan War, and appears in the Odyssey. When Odysseus landed on Aeaea, Circe s island, Elpenor… … Wikipedia
Telegony — The Telegony (Greek: polytonic|Τηλεγόνεια, Tēlegoneia ; Latin: Telegonia ) is a lost ancient Greek epic poem about Telegonus, son of Odysseus by Circe. His name ( born far away ) is indicative of his birth on Aeaea, far from Odysseus home of… … Wikipedia
Circe — For other uses, see Circe (disambiguation). Circe Offering the Cup to Odysseus, by John William Waterhouse. In Greek mythology, Circe ( … Wikipedia
Odyssey — This article is about Homer s epic poem. For other uses, see Odyssey (disambiguation). Greek text of the Odyssey s opening passage The Odyssey (Ancient Greek: Ὀδύσσεια, Odysseia) is one of two major ancient Greek epic poems attributed to Homer.… … Wikipedia