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Circe's Police Reports
King Aeetes vs. Medea
Case Description: Complainant (King Aeetes) accuses Defendant (Medea) of murder. When Jason and Medea sailed away from Colchis with the Golden Fleece, Medea's father King Aeetes pursued them. To de...
Scylla vs. Circe
Case Description: Complainant (Scylla) accuses Defendant (Circe) of unlawful transformation. When the fisherman-turned-sea god, Glaucus, fell in love with the unwilling nymph, Scylla, Glaucus came...
Odysseus vs. Circe
Case Description: Complainant (Odysseus) accuses Defendant (Circe) of murder and unlawful transformation. When Odysseus landed on Aeaea, Circe's island, the witch waved her magic wand and turned Od...
Odysseus Commends Circe
Case Description: She may have turned his men into swine when Odysseus and his peeps first arrived on Aeaea, but Circe ended up being super helpful when Odysseus was ready to continue his voyage ho...
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