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Odyssey character

QuestionAnswer
The king of the winds Aeolus
The king of Phaeacia Alcinous
The Greek Goddess of Wisdom Athena
The spirit that kept Odysseus on her island for seven years Calypso
A monster who destroys ships by sucking into her whirlpool of a mouth Charybdis
A witch who changed the men into pigs Circe
A one-eyed giant Cyclops
The messenger of the gods Hermes
King of Ithaca and the Greek leader in the Trojan War. Odysseus
Mountain that is the home of the gods Mt. Olympus
Odysseus' wife and queen of Ithaca Penelope
Island kingdom where Odysseus tells his story. Phaeacia
The Greek god of the sea Poseidon
A monster with six heads that ate six sailors Scylla
Female creatures that lure sailors to their deaths with their beautiful singing Sirens
The son of Odysseus and Penelope Telemachus
The leader of the Greek gods Zeus
Created by: kforeman on 2009-12-01



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