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Achaemenides: In Greek and Roman mythology, Achaemenides was a son of Adamastus of Ithaca, and one of Odysseus's crew. He was marooned on Sicily when Odysseus fled Polyphemus the Cyclops, until Aeneas arrived and took him to Italy with his company of refugee Trojans.
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Based on the Larger Dictionaries by Sir William Smith
Achaemenides, or Achcmenides, son of Ada - mastus ...
ACHAEMENIDES, one of the companions of Ulysses, who escaped from Polyphemus, and was kindly received by Aeneas. ACHAEUS. See Acheus. ACHAIA, a country of Greece to the south of Macedonia ; more particularly Peloponesus ; but ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3H4A1E1M3E1N1I1D2E1S1
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