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Odysseus and the cyclops Polyphemos (right)

A Kyklops, or Cyclops is a kind of giant in Greek mythology, which has only one eye on its forehead. They originally were children of Gaia and Uranos, and were called Brontes, Steropes, and Arges.

The most known is probably the cyclops Polyphemos in Homer's Odyssey.