Elysium \E*ly"sium\, n.; pl. E. Elysiums, L. Elysia.
[L., fr. Gr. ?, ? ?, Elysian field.] (Anc. Myth.)
1. A dwelling place assigned to happy souls after death; the seat of future happiness; Paradise.
2. Hence, any delightful place.
An Elysian more pure and bright than that of the Greeks. --I. Taylor.
from: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, (1913)
Of course, Taylor must have known what we had in mind for our humble own creation entitled ELYSIUM!! - (hehe, just kidding, but our MUD going by exactly that name has some paradisic features as well. Welcome to our humble set of web pages about ELYSIUM MUD
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