Odyssey Books 1-3
|Harried|| Sing in me, Muse and through me tell the story|
of that man skilled in all ways of contending,
the wanderer, _______ for years on end,
after he plundered the stronghold
on the proud height of Troy.
|Patrimony|| Don't kill the man, don't touch his wife,|
or face reckoning with Orestês
the day he comes of age and wants his __________.
|Suitors|| He must warn off that wolf pack of his _____________ who prey upon his flocks and dusky cattle.|
Before her eyes she found the lusty _____________ casting dice inside the gate, at ease on hides of oxen-oxen they had killed.
|Irked|| Straight to the door he came, __________ with himself|
to think a visitor that had been kept there waiting,
and took her right hand, grasping with his left
her tall bronze-bladed spear.
|Insolent|| You suitors of my mother!___________ men, |
now we have dined, let us have entertainment
and no more shouting.
|Muster|| He found the criers with clarion voices and told them|
to ______________ the unshorn Akhaians in full assembly.
|Plundered||My house is being ____________ : is this courtesy?|
|Indignation||Where is your _________? Where is your shame?|
|Shroud|| It is a _________ I weave for Lord Laërtês|
when cold death comes to lay him on his bier.
|Bier|| It is a shroud I weave for Lord Laërtês|
when cold death comes to lay him on his __________.
|Broach|| Go to old Nestor, master charioteer,|
so we may ___________ the storehouse of his mind.
|Stratagems|| And as to _______________, no man would claim|
Odysseus' gift for those.
|Harangued|| Meneláos ________________ them to get organized-|
time to ride home on the sea's broad back, he said;
but Agamémnon wouldn't hear of it.
|Hekatomb||He wanted to hold the troops, make a sacrifice, a ____________, something to pacify Athena's rage.|
|Oracle|| Now tell me how you take this. Do the people |
side against you, hearkening to some _____________?