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Home of Circe, the witch-goddess.
Aeaea
King of Phaeacia. Odysseus tells the story of his adventures to him and his court.
King Alcinous
Beautiful goddess-nymph who keeps Odysseus on her islands for seven years.
Calypso
Female monster who sucks in water 3 times a day to form a deadly whirlpool.
Charybdis
People living on the southwestern coast of Thrace, who battled Odyseeus and his men on their way home.
Cicones
Witch-goddess who turns Odysseus's men into animals.
Circe
Polyphemus
Cyclops
Dark are of the under-world where the dead reside.
Erebus
Eurylochus
One of Odysseus's loyal crew.
People who feed Odysseus's men with lotus plants to make them forget Ithica
Lotus eaters.
Island kingdom ruled by King Alcinous. The Phaeacians are shipbuilders and traders.
Phaeacia
Blinded by Odysseus; the son of the sea god Poseidon. One-eyed giant who lives as a shepard.
Polyphemus or Cyclops.
Female Monster with 6 serpent heads.
Scylla
Sea nymphs whose beautiful and mysterious music lures sailors to steer their sihps toward the rocks.
Sirens
Famous blind prophet from the city of Thebes. Odysseus meets him in the Land of the Dead
Teiresias
Island where sun god helios keeps his cattle.
Thrinakia
One of Penelope's leading suitors; an arrogant and mean young noble from Ithica
Antinous
Eumaeus
Swineherd, one of Odysseus's loyal servants
Swineherd, one of Odysseus's loyal servants
Eumaeus
Odysseus's old nurse
Eurycleia
Suitor of Penelope
Eurymachus
Penelope's housewife
Eurynome
Odysseus's faithful wife
Penelope
Cowherd, one of Odysseus's loyal servants.
Philoteus
Odysseus's son
Telemachus
God of poetry, music, prophecy, medicine, and archery.
Apollo
Daughter of Zeus; Goddess of wisdom
Athena
Titan who ruled the universe until his son zues overthrew him.
Cronus
God of metalworking
Hephaestus
Messenger god
Hermes
God of the sea. Enemy of Odysseus
Poseidon
The most powerful god.
Zeus