Goddess of wisdom helps Odysseus often while in disguise
One Eye Monster Cyclops Son of Poseidon
God of the sea father of Polyphemus
Master of the winds Helps Odysseus get within viewing distance of Ithica
goddess-enchantress who turns some of Odysseus' men into swine (pigs)
goddess-nymph holds Odysseus captive for 9 years
three dangerous bird-women lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island
Scyllla is the monster who lives the rocks next Charybdisbdis Monster of the gray rock)
Charybdis a whirlpool that sucks down everything around and then vomits it back up.
The Nine Muses of the Greek Mythology were/are symbols of inspiration and artistic creation. Homer asks the Muses both in the Iliad and Odyssey to help him tell the story in the most proper way. Daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyn
A huge, hollow wooden horse constructed by the Greeks to gain entrance into Troy during the Trojan War. made hollow so that the Greeks could hide inside.