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The Laestrygonians destroying ships. Quick Facts "Sea of Monsters," Rick Riordan. They appear in this mythological fiction series as a part of the Titan's army.

"Son of Neptune," Rick Riordan. They reappear in another series based off Percy Jackson.

"Jack and the Beanstalk," popular English folktale. The antagonist of the story is a giant, man-eater. Literary Allusions Zulu Cannibal Giants, an African American baseball team. They named their team after the Laestrygonians. (cannibal giants)

The song "Laestrygonians," by Trailer Park Masscre. They used the Laestrygonians as their song title.

Laestrygonians is a play production by Don Migro. It is named that because the main character must "cope with the terrible secret that eats away at him like the cannibal Laestrygonians in Homer's Odyssey."

In the video game, the Age of Mythology, you destroy monsters, which includes the Laestrygonians. Other Allusions Laestrygonians Who were they? They were a mythological group of cannibal giants. The Laestrygonians resided in Sicily.

They lived in the mountain region called Mount Aetna.

They are most commonly known for destroying Odysseus's fleet in "The Odyssey".

Their king was Antiphates. The Laestrygonians are cooking human flesh here. This is a drawing of their king, Anitphates. This is a depiction of the scene where during the Odyssey, where they destroyed most of Odysseus' fleet.
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