aeolus defined in 1939 year

aeolus - Aeolus;
aeolus - In classical mythology, king of Aeolia. one of the Lipari Islands. He was the god of the winds, which lie kept shut up in a mountain. According to Homer, he gave Odysseus (Ulysses), when starting on his voyage home, a bag containing the unfavourable winds. The bag was untied by one of the crew, the winds escaped, and the ship was forced to return to Aeolia.

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