Now Nausicaa, the daughter of king Alcinous, was washing the clothes, and when Ulysses implored her protection, she brought him to Alcinous, who entertained him, and after bestowing gifts on him sent him away with a convoy to his native land.1 But Poseidon was wroth with the Phaeacians, and he turned the ship to stone and enveloped the city with a mountain.2
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