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-'''Scheria''' ([[Greek language|ancient Greek]] {{polytonic|Σχερίη}} or {{polytonic|Σχερία}}) –also known as '''Scherie''' or '''Phaeacia'''– was a geographical region in [[Greek mythology]], first mentioned in [[Homer]]'s ''[[Odyssey]]'' as the home of the '''Phaiakians''' (Phaeacians) and the last destination of [[Odysseus]] before returning home to [[Homer's Ithaca|Ithaca]].+'''Scheria''' –also known as '''Scherie''' or '''Phaeacia'''– was a geographical region in [[Greek mythology]], first mentioned in [[Homer]]'s ''[[Odyssey]]'' as the home of the '''Phaiakians''' (Phaeacians) and the last destination of [[Odysseus]] before returning home to [[Homer's Ithaca|Ithaca]].
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Scheria –also known as Scherie or Phaeacia– was a geographical region in Greek mythology, first mentioned in Homer's Odyssey as the home of the Phaiakians (Phaeacians) and the last destination of Odysseus before returning home to Ithaca.




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