odysseus's old dog
daughter of Zeus, sister of Apollo, goddess of childbirth and hunting
Daughter of Zeus and goddess of wisdom, purposeful battle, and the womanly arts. Athena assists Odysseus and Telemachus with divine powers throughout the epic, and she speaks up for them in the councils of the gods on Mount Olympus. She often appears in disguise as Mentor, an old friend of Odysseus.
Father of Agamemnon and Menelaus
Son of atreus= either Agamemmnon or Menelaus
Goddess-nymph, daughter of Atlas, lives on Ogygia, kept Odysseus for Seven years
Daughter of Priam, sister of Hector, lover of Agamemnon, murdered with him by Aegisthus and Clytemnestra. The was a prophetess who foresaw the doom of troy, her visions inspired by Apollo who, his love rebuffed, denied her the power ever to be believed.
(Greek mythology) a ship-devouring whirlpool lying on the other side of a narrow strait from Scylla
Trojan allies, living in Thrace, to the north of Troy
Goddess of Aeaea, changed men to swine, kept Ody for a year.
Lethal Cliffs, near Scylla and Charybdis
Wife of Agamemmnon, Aegisthus's lover, Orestes's mother
God, Father of Zeus and Poseidon
Suitor killed by Philoetius
Clan of Giants or The one killed by Odysseus named Polyphemus
Another name for Achaeans
Son of Priam, commander of Trojans after Hector dies, friend of Helen after Paris dies
Blind Bard for Phaeacians
Phaeachian, opposed odysseus on Phaeacia