Lotus Eaters

Lotus Eaters or Lotophagi, an ancient people inhabiting a district of Cyrenaica, on the NE. coast of Africa, who lived on the fruit of the lotus-tree, from which they made wine. Ulysses and his companions in their wanderings landed on their shores, but the soothing influence of the lotus fruit so overpowered them with languor, that they felt no inclination to leave, or any more a desire to pursue the journey homewards. See Tennyson's poem “The Lotus-eaters.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Lotophagi * Lotze, Rudolf Hermann
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Lorraine, Claude
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Lost Tribes
Lotophagi
Lotus Eaters
Lotze, Rudolf Hermann
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