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But goodly Odysseus arose, and placed in the hand of Arete the two-handled cup, and spoke, and addressed her with winged words: “Fare thee well, O queen, throughout all the years, till old age  and death come, which are the lot of mortals.
The name of the Phaeacian Queen is Aretes
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Arete, the Queen of Scheria. Alongside her husband (King Alcinous), she ruled the Phaeacians.
In the Odyssey, she appears as a noble and active superintendent of the household of her husband. When Odysseus arrived in Scheria, he appealed first to Arete for reception and protection, and she treated him hospitably.
Depicted in 'The Odyssey', this was a region in Greek mythology that was the last destination of Odysseus in his 10-year journey. When Odysseus arrived there, he prayed first to Arete for protection on Athena's suggestion. Athena protected him and treated him well
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