Homophrosyne

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Homophrosyne is an Ancient Greek term which means two people feeling or thinking alike. It is used in Homer's epic poem, the Odyssey to describe the marriage of Odysseus and Penelope.[1]

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  1. Van Nortwick, Thomas (2010). The Unknown Odysseus: Alternate Worlds in Homer's Odyssey, p. 112. University of Michigan Press. ISBN 047202521X