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Roderic O"Flaherty

Ogygia; or, A chronological account of Irish events ...

by Roderic O"Flaherty

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Published by printed by W. M"Kenzie in Dublin .
Written in English


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In 2 vols.

Statementwritten originally in Latin by Roderic O"Flaherty, Esq. Translated by the Revd James Hely, A.B.
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Open LibraryOL20900730M

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Ogygia is an island mentioned in Homer's Odyssey, Book V, as the home of the nymph Calypso, the daughter of the Titan Atlas. In Homer's Odyssey, Calypso detained Odysseus on Ogygia for seven years and kept him from returning to his home of Ithaca, wanting to marry him.   Seventeenth–century Irish historian Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithbheartaigh (Roderic O’Flaherty) used Ogygia as a metaphor for Ireland in his work Ogygia: seu Rerum Hibernicarum Chronologia & etc () translated into English as "Ogygia, or a Chronological Account of Irish Events Collected from Very Ancient Documents, : Robert Lebling.

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