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The Odyssey~ Book II

The Odyssey people to learn, islands, and monsters

Tieresias Famous blind poet that Odysseus meets in the land of the dead
Athena Great Goddess of wisdom, helps Odysseus
Sirens sea nymphs who lure sailors to their death
Aeaea Home of Circe
Sylla Female monster with six heads and twelve legs.
Circe Witch-goddess that turns Odysseus' men into pigs
Hermes Messenger of the Gods
Thrinkia Land of the Sun God Helios
Eurcleia Odysseus old nurse
Circe Beautiful goddess who keeps Odyssues that raises pigs
Polphemus The son of Posiden (Cyclops)
Poseiden God of the sea ~ Also called the earth shaker
Charbdis Female monster that sucks sea water in then spits it back out
Penelope Odysseus' faithful wife
Antious One of the leading suitors
Alccinous H was the king of Phaeacia
Telemachus Son of Odysseus
Alcinous Gives Odysseus boats to finally return home
Created by: jacobelliottt11