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Fenelon definition and/or meaning
Francois de Salignac de le Mothe-Fenelon was a French Roman Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet, writer and tutor.
Fenelon’s were leaders in both Church and state
Francois’s language and literature were focused of the Greek and Latin classics. Had a reputation for eloquence. Peacemaker. King-maker.
Francois most lasting works was his book ‘Adventures of Telemachus, Son of Ulysses (Mozart’s Magic Flute composition was inspired by Fenelon’s book)
Objects such as brass armour, crosses, castles, golden stairs, animals, prophet, philosophy, roman times..
Precious metals focused
Greek, French, Roman styles
Loosely basing it around Telemachus, the son of Odysseus. His father was a hero and was fortunate enough to regularly receive the special aid and protection of the goddess Athena. Athena guided Telemachus while his father left to fight in the Trojan War. Telemachus is an admirable prince who genuinely cares about the citizens of Ithaca and manages to step up to the plate when his father is away.