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Aeolian
n. member of one of the 4 divisions of the prehistoric Greeks

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The Aeolians (; ) were one of the four major tribes in which Greeks divided themselves in the ancient period (along with the AchaeansDorians and Ionians). Their name derives from Aeolus, the mythical ancestor of the Aeolic branch and son of Hellen, the mythical patriarch of the Greek nation. The dialect of ancient Greek they spoke is referred to as Aeolic.

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Aeolians [from Latin Aeolis, Aeolia an ancient country in Asia Minor from Greek Aiolis] A people who in early prehistoric times were settled in Thessaly and Boeotia, occupied some parts of the Peloponnesus before the Achaeans, and colonized Lesbos and the adjacent coast of Asia Minor. One of the connecting tribal links between a remnant of Atlantis and the early Aryans (BCW 5:215-19). Traditions represent them sailing through the Pillars of Hercules and settling in parts of northern Greece, adding that, though from the last islands of Atlantis, they were not Atlanteans but Aryan settlers of abandoned Atlantean islands who had acquired Atlantean affinities.

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Aeolian
s. eolisk, medlem av en av de 4 divisjonene til prehistoriske grekere

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n. æoler; vindenes gud og stamfader til æolerne; medlem af en græsk folkestamme boende på Lesbos og Lilleasiens kyst


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