Greek Mythology Greek Gods Sky Gods Circe (Kirke) Greek Name Κιρκη Transliteration Kirkê Latin Spelling Circe Translation Hoop Round (kirkoô) Circe and Odysseus' men, Athenian red-figure pelike C5th B.C., Staatliche Kunstammlungen Dresden KIRKE (Circe) was a goddess of sorcery (pharmakeia) who was skilled in the magic of transmutation, illusion, and necromancy. She lived on the mythical island of Aiaia (Aeaea) with her nymph companions. When Odysseus came to.
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