Greeks; specifically, the people of ______ in northeastern Greece.
island home of Circe, the enchantress
commander of the Greeks during the Trojan War
King of Phaeacia
Odysseus' mother, commits suicide and guides him through the Underworld
an Ithacan noble, most arrogant of the suiters
in Greek mythology, god of poetry, music and prophecy
Odysseus' dog, which was named for the ship manned by Jason and his crew of Greek heroes on their quest for the Golden Fleece
Greek goddess of wisdom, crafts, and war; also called Pallas _____.
beautiful sea nymph, who kept Odysseus on her island for seven years.
a whirlpool in the Straits of Messina, personified as a female monster
a people living on the southwestern coast of Thrace, who were attacked by Odysseus' men on their way home from Troy (Ismarus)
beautiful witch-goddess who transformed Odysseus' men into beasts
in Greek mythology, a Titan and ruler of the universe until he was overthrown by his son, Zeus
member of a race of one-eyed giants. The Cyclopes were said to have lived as shepherds on the island of Sicily. Their father is said to be Poseidon.
a swineherd, an old and loyal servant to Odysseus
Penelope's servant and Odysseus' old nurse- Loyalty.
one of Odysseus' crew
one of Penelope's suitors, an Ithacan noble
in early Greek mythology, the sun god.
Odysseus' home, an island off the western coast of Greece
race of man-eating giants
King of Ithaca and hero of the Odyssey. The Latin version of his name is Ulysses
Odysseus' wife (Queen)
an island kingdom inhabited by seafarers and traders
a Cyclops, son of Poseidon
Greek god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses; identified with the Roman god Neptune
a dangerous rock in the Straits of Messina, personified as a female monster with six heads who devoured passing sailors
sea nymphs who lured sailors to destruction with their songs
son of Odysseus and Penelope
ruler of the gods and goddesses on Mount Olympus. He is sometimes called ______ Cronion, meaning the "son of Cronus"