Odyssey Key Terms and Places
Key terms and places from set books of Homer's Odyssey. Written for New Zealand Classics students.
Terms in this set (16)
Greek code of hospitality; guest friendship
Odysseus' home, an island off the coast of Greece
Greek word for glory or fame
The island of Calypso where Odysseus is kept for seven long years
Island of the Phaecians
Characteristic shown by the servants Eurycleia, Eumaeus and Philotius
Characteristic shown by the servants Melantho and Melanthius
Characteristic of a Homeric Hero: Thirst for ______
A theme of the Odyssey is Telemachus' transition to _________
'Sandy _______ ' is the home of Nestor
Home of Menelaus and Helen: visited by Telemachus
Characteristic shown by Odysseus when he calls to Nausicaa: "Princess, I am at your knees!"
Characteristic shown by Odysseus when he lies to Polyphemus.
Characteristic shown by Odysseus when he has the disloyal maids hung.
Penelope must wear this when seen in by the Suitors
Home of the Gods: Mt _________
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