Elysian fields

Elysian fields

[ih-lizh-ee-uhm, ih-lee-zhee-, ih-liz-, ih-lee-zee-, ih-lizh-uhm]
Elysian fields or Elysium, in Greek religion and mythology, happy otherworld for heroes favored by the gods. Identified with the Fortunate Isles or Isles of the Blest, Elysium was situated in the distant west, at the edge of the world. In later tradition and in Vergil, Elysium is a part of the underworld and a pleasant abode for the righteous dead.
Elysian Fields may refer to:

In mythology:

  • Elysium, Elysian Fields were the final resting place of the blessed chosen by the gods; Part of the Greek underworld .

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