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Odyssey Characters

World Lit

Odysseus king of Ithaca
Penelope wife of Odysseus
Telemachus son of Odysseus
Eumacus shepherd who helps Odysseus reclaim his throne
Aelous God of wind who bottles up the north, east, and south winds
Tiresias man in Hades who holds the secret to Odysseus's journey home
Phaeacians people who take Odysseus home
Eurymachus suitor who desires many women, including Penelope
Calypso goddess on all-woman island who tries to hold Odysseus hostage
Anticlea mother of Odysseus
Cyclops Polyphemus one-eyed giant and son of Poseidon
Circe witch who turns Odysseus's men into animals
Melantho servant in Odysseus's palace who has an affair with Eurymachus
Eurcleia aged and loyal servant who raised both Odysseus and Telemachus and helps keep the identity of Odysseus a secret
Created by: lamcintosh