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Odysseus (Ulysses) - Ancient Roman and Greek Mythology
Odysseus and the Sirens. Detail from an Attic red-figured stamnos, c. 480-470 B.C. From Vulci. British Museum. Marie-Lan Nguyen/Wikimedia Commons.
Homer - Odysseus and The Odyssey - Ancient/Classical History
Odysseus, son of Laertes and Anticlea, daughter of Autolycus, husband of Penelope (Tyndareos' niece) and father of Telemachus, fought in the Trojan War and ...
Homer Odyssey Book XI - Nekuia The Adventures of Odysseus in ...
Odyssey Book XI - Nekuia - Odysseus' Trip to the Underworld. Nekuia, a word used to describe Homer's Odyssey Book XI, is a rite used to summon and question ...
Odysseus and Hospitality to Strangers - Ancient/Classical History
The world of Odysseus is very different from today because strangers were welcome.
Odysseus \ Ulysses & Jesus: Greek & Christian Heroes
Odysseus (Latin: Ulixes, English: Ulysses) is one of the most famous characters in ancient Greek legends, not only for his exploits in the Trojan War but also ...
Odysseus and the Sirens in the Odyssey - Ancient/Classical History
Odysseus has been warned about the Sirens and knows that they are dangerous , so his men put wax in their ears, but Odysseus is tied to a mast.
Odysseus at the Palace of Alcinous - Ancient/Classical History
In Odyssey Book VIII, Odysseus, who has been staying at the palace of Nausicaa's father, King Alcinous of the Phaeacians, has not yet revealed his identity.
Goddess For Men - Athena favors the Greek Heroes - Odysseus
Athena saves Odysseus time and again in The Odyssey, but also in The Iliad when faced with the enraged Ajax.
The Mad Odysseus - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The story about the madness of Odysseus so perfectly suits him that it is disappointing not to find it spelled out in Homer. Where does the story of Homer's  ...
Odysseus and Tiresias - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Odysseus consults with Tiresias in the Underworld.
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