"I'm nobody". Have you heard this phrase? Phrase said by Odysseus (Ulysses) to King Cyclops Polyphemus, son of Posidon (Poseidon) and nymph Teosa and lived in a cave near Sicily, taking care of sheep.
THE THREE JUDGES: GREEK UNDERWORLD
THE THREE JUDGES IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY
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Minus, Celestial Star of Nobility
Aiacus, Heavenly Star of Heroism
Radamanthys, Fury Celeste Star
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