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Cyclopes (Greek mythology)

LC control 86004352
LC classificationBL820.C83
Topical headingCyclopes (Greek mythology)
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Variant(s)Cyclops (Greek mythology)
See alsoGiants--Mythology
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Mythology, Greek
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Found inWork cat.: Euripides. Cyclops, 1986.
Britannica Micro. (Cyclops (Greek: Round Eye), a word having several uses in Greek legend. In Homer the Cyclopes were one-eyed cannibal giants, living a rude pastoral life in a distant land (traditionally Sicily). In Hesiod they were three sons of Heaven and Earth--Arges, Brontes, and Steropes ... who forged the thunderbolts of Zeus ...)
Oxford Classical Dictionary (Cyclopes)