"Remember Neptune and Aeolus," I suggested, and he lapsed into consideration of the point.
A pox on that wind-broker Aeolus, with his fluster-blusters.
The bugle-call of old Aeolus again sounded, and the three friends rose and proceeded towards the house.
Aeolus was the god of the Winds, which he kept fastened up in a bag.
I do not allow therefore that Aeolus is wholly mythical, nor the wanderings of Odysseus generally.
She was daughter of Salmoneus and wife of Cretheus the son of Aeolus.
Straight to the island of Aeolus they were driven once more.
He then offers a prayer to Aeolus, and vows to him a sacrifice of a black ram.
They were the Aeolus and Prudente frigates with the long-expected convoy for England.
Love is favourable to me, and 'tis for his sake that Aeolus has placed Zephyr under my command.