What are Phaeacians?

What are Phaeacians? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. plural of Phaeacian
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The Phaeacians feed Odysseus, give him a place to sleep, and give him a safe voyage home, which are all things a good host should do.
Having listened with rapt attention to his story, the Phaeacians, who are skilled mariners, agree to help Odysseus get home.
When Odysseus washes up on Scherie, home to the Phaeacians, he is assisted by the young Nausicaa and is treated hospitably.
The two scenes that the poet describes are Odysseus on Calypso's island and Odysseus' encounter with the Phaeacians.
There was also Euryalus son of Naubolus, who was like Mars himself, and was the best looking man among the Phaeacians except Laodamas.

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