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Odysseus sleeps with both Circe and Calypso - he probably had no real choice with Calypso, but in Circe's case it looks as if it way by choice.

But then, most of the other warriors at Troy took lovers from their captives (Agamemnon took Chryseis and later Cassandra, Achilles took Briseis and Polyxenia), there is no special name associated with ...

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