- king of the Phaeacians and father of Nausicaä and Laodamas.
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Odysseus in the house of Alcinous is not different from Odysseus of the return to Ithaca.Epic and Romance
W. P. Ker
Agriculture is present, also horticulture, which the garden of Alcinous presupposes.
King Alcinous has noticed that Ulysses hid his face and wept at the song of the bard.
Ulysses is now called for by Alcinous, and he is to be the singer.
He accosted her and begged her to show him the palace of Alcinous.Half a Hundred Hero Tales
- (in Homer's Odyssey) a Phaeacian king at whose court the shipwrecked Odysseus told of his wanderingsSee also Nausicaä