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12 June, 20:35

What does Homer tell us about the Phaeacians? Select all that apply. They excel all others at arms and war. They excel all others at ship building and sailing. They excel all others at weaving. They were once the neighbors of the Cyclopes. The townspeople are very accepting of strangers. It is always growing season in Phaeacia.

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  1. 12 June, 21:58
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    They excel all others at ship building and sailing. This is what made them stand out as they built some of the best ships in that period. They were once the neighbors of the Cyclopes. They were organized and civilized while the Cyclops was not. It is always growing season in Phaeacia. They were known to grow fruits and vegetables which were among the most exotic in Greece.
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