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28 terms
literature the odyssey book 1-8
lusty, arrogant
disguised as mentes
Nesto and Menelaus
Odysseus would do anything to get home
what words are used to describe the suitors?
how does Athena present herself to Telemakhos?
athena tells Telemakhos to seek information about his father…
what is the one piece of information athena gives to Telemakh…
lusty, arrogant
what words are used to describe the suitors?
disguised as mentes
how does Athena present herself to Telemakhos?
18 terms
Odyssey book 1
Epic
Muse
Harried
Guile
(noun) ... - a heroic battle between good and evil told through…
(Noun)... - 9 goddesses the daughters of Zeus Menenosyne. ... - syn…
(Verb) ... - persistently carry attains out on... - synonym... - antonym
(Noun) ... - sly or cunning intelligence ... - synonym ... - antonym
Epic
(noun) ... - a heroic battle between good and evil told through…
Muse
(Noun)... - 9 goddesses the daughters of Zeus Menenosyne. ... - syn…
9 terms
Odyssey vocabulary Book 1
plundered
squall
dispatched
mammoth
took goods by force; looted
brief, violent storm
finished quickly
enormous
plundered
took goods by force; looted
squall
brief, violent storm
23 terms
TalesOdysseyBook1Ch1
mysterious
a veil of clouds
orchard
craftsman
difficult to explain; strange
a covering of clouds
a place where fruit trees grow
A skilled worker who makes quality, practical or decorative g…
mysterious
difficult to explain; strange
a veil of clouds
a covering of clouds
11 terms
Odyssey book 1
Intervene
Patrimony
Lout
Relent
to come between
inherited property, especially from a father or other male an…
Clumsy; idiotic; buffoonlike.
unyielding, harsh, without pity
Intervene
to come between
Patrimony
inherited property, especially from a father or other male an…
13 terms
Fagles' Odyssey Book 1
harangue
suave
hearth
shamble
(v.) lecture (someone) at length in an aggressive and critica…
(adj.) moothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses.
(n.) the floor of a fireplace; the fireside as a symbol of th…
(v.) to walk or move along in an awkward or unsteady way. (n.…
harangue
(v.) lecture (someone) at length in an aggressive and critica…
suave
(adj.) moothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses.
7 terms
Odyssey Book 1 & 4
regale
baleful
beguiling
lout
to entertain
Harmful
charming
an awkward, stupid person
regale
to entertain
baleful
Harmful
20 terms
The Odyssey - Book 1
harry
stronghold
weather
bitter
torment, harass, bother
a place of strength; a castle; a fort
survive; to bear up against and come safely through
causing pain; piercing; stinging:
harry
torment, harass, bother
stronghold
a place of strength; a castle; a fort
22 terms
Book 1- Odyssey
Muse
harried
plundered
stronghold
(n.) One of the ancient Greek goddesses presiding over the ar…
To be troubled or bothered
Took goods by force; looted
fortress
Muse
(n.) One of the ancient Greek goddesses presiding over the ar…
harried
To be troubled or bothered
14 terms
The Odyssey - Book 1
bewitching
gorging
hallowed
harangued
enchanting, charming, captivating
Greedily eating... filling up; stuffing, satiating oneself
sanctified, blessed, consecrated, dedicated
made an address or speech to an assembly; declaimed
bewitching
enchanting, charming, captivating
gorging
Greedily eating... filling up; stuffing, satiating oneself
152 terms
Odyssey book 1-12
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
"My child, what odd complaints you let…
"Let these men take him to their heart…
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
Zeus
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
Zeus
10 terms
The Odyssey - Book 1 Vocabulary
Formidable
Ravage
Profusion
adversary
awe-inspiring
destroy violently; ruin
large supply; abundance
opponent; enemy
Formidable
awe-inspiring
Ravage
destroy violently; ruin
19 terms
The Odyssey Book 1
Epic
Muse
Harried
Plunder
(N.) A long narrative poem which recounts the deeds of a hero…
(V.) to think about in a dreamy way, ponder... Syn- contemplate…
(adj.) troubled persistently especially with petty annoyance…
(v.) to rob by force, especially during wartime; to seize wro…
Epic
(N.) A long narrative poem which recounts the deeds of a hero…
Muse
(V.) to think about in a dreamy way, ponder... Syn- contemplate…
11 terms
Fagles' Odyssey Book 1
harangue
suave
hearth
shamble
(v.) lecture (someone) at length in an aggressive and critica…
(adj.) moothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses.
(n.) the floor of a fireplace; the fireside as a symbol of th…
(v.) to walk or move along in an awkward or unsteady way. (n.…
harangue
(v.) lecture (someone) at length in an aggressive and critica…
suave
(adj.) moothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses.
35 terms
Names for The Odyssey Book 1-5
Achaeans
Aegisthus
Agamemnon
Antinous
collective name for ALL the Greek people
Lover of Agamemnon's, wife Clytemnestra, murdered Agamemmnon
King of Mycenae
One of two suitors-more muscle than brain
Achaeans
collective name for ALL the Greek people
Aegisthus
Lover of Agamemnon's, wife Clytemnestra, murdered Agamemmnon
10 terms
Odyssey book 1 vocab
Contending
Valor
Baleful
Buffets
To fight
Personal courage
Destructive
To hurt
Contending
To fight
Valor
Personal courage
30 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Appease (v)
Appease (v)
Appease (v)
Brazen (adj)
To soothe by quieting anger or indignation
"No, it's the Earth-Shaker, Poseidon, unappeased, forever fum…
The grieving owner was _____________________ by the offer of…
bold and without shame
Appease (v)
To soothe by quieting anger or indignation
Appease (v)
"No, it's the Earth-Shaker, Poseidon, unappeased, forever fum…
10 terms
The Odyssey, Book 1
Harangue
Colossal
Suave
Exult
(v.) to deliver a loud, pompous speech or tirade
(adj.) enormous, gigantic; huge in size, extent or degree
(adj.) smoothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses
(v.) to rejoice greatly
Harangue
(v.) to deliver a loud, pompous speech or tirade
Colossal
(adj.) enormous, gigantic; huge in size, extent or degree
50 terms
The Odyssey Characters Book 1 -14
Akhilleus
Aigisthos
Aiolos
Agamemnon
-famed soldier Odysseus meets in the underworld ... -wants to kn…
-Klytaimnestra's lover... -Slaughters Agamemnon with Klytaimnest…
-ruler of the winds... -gives Odysseus bag of winds so he can ge…
-leader of the Greek army... -convinced Odysseus to go to war... -b…
Akhilleus
-famed soldier Odysseus meets in the underworld ... -wants to kn…
Aigisthos
-Klytaimnestra's lover... -Slaughters Agamemnon with Klytaimnest…
48 terms
The Odyssey, Book 1
Athena is the goddess of...?
This goddess favors..?
Who is known as the man of twists and…
The Odyssey was written by..?
wisdom
Odysseus
Odysseus
Homer
Athena is the goddess of...?
wisdom
This goddess favors..?
Odysseus
48 terms
Odyssey Book 1-4 Epithets
Odysseus
Ops
Antinoos
Penelope
- that man skilled in all ways of contending ... - that kingly m…
- Peisenor's son
- Eupeithes' son
- Ikarioss daughter ... - Pensive
Odysseus
- that man skilled in all ways of contending ... - that kingly m…
Ops
- Peisenor's son
5 terms
Odyssey book 1
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
V, to take goods by force
N, a long public speech/ tirade
Adj, something mysterious and canny
Adj, someone who is rude and/ or disrespectful
Plundered
V, to take goods by force
Harangued
N, a long public speech/ tirade
152 terms
Odyssey book 1-12 Quotes
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
"My child, what odd complaints you let…
"Let these men take him to their heart…
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
Zeus
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
Zeus
The Odyssey Book 1: Athene Visits Telemachus (Rieu)
yearn
immortal
exile
patient
have an intense feeling of longing for something
living forever
the state of being forced out from one's native country
able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering wit…
yearn
have an intense feeling of longing for something
immortal
living forever
35 terms
Names for The Odyssey Book 1-5
Achaeans
Aegisthus
Agamemnon
Antinous
collective name for ALL the Greek people
Lover of Agamemnon's, wife Clytemnestra, murdered Agamemmnon
King of Mycenae
One of two suitors-more muscle than brain
Achaeans
collective name for ALL the Greek people
Aegisthus
Lover of Agamemnon's, wife Clytemnestra, murdered Agamemmnon
18 terms
Odyssey: Book 1-4
Telemachus's Situation at the start of…
List the host's duties and the guest's…
Give an example of a character who pra…
What are Athena's reasons for having T…
In the beginning of the book Telemachus is stuck in his own h…
-offer refreshments... -give bath and clean clothes to guest... -ex…
Does: Telemachus when Athena/Mentes goes to his house... -effec…
to help Telemachus learned about his father and find him (lit…
Telemachus's Situation at the start of…
In the beginning of the book Telemachus is stuck in his own h…
List the host's duties and the guest's…
-offer refreshments... -give bath and clean clothes to guest... -ex…
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Suave
supple
burnished
staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
Suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
21 terms
Odyssey Book 1
Helios
Muse
Calypso
Poseidon
Sun God, killed all of Odysseus's mean b/c they ate his cattle
Daughter of Zeus
Daughter of Atlas, nymph, wanted Odysseus as her husband, hel…
Mad at Odysseus for blinding Polyphemus his son
Helios
Sun God, killed all of Odysseus's mean b/c they ate his cattle
Muse
Daughter of Zeus
20 terms
Odyssey book 1
Helios
Zeus
Kalypso
Poseidon
O's shipmates feasted on cattle= H killed them
• Called council of gods... • Decided O's fate w/ Poseidon... • C…
• Nymph that has sex w/ O for seven years after Trojan War
• Mad at O for poking his son's eye out... • Prevented O from g…
Helios
O's shipmates feasted on cattle= H killed them
Zeus
• Called council of gods... • Decided O's fate w/ Poseidon... • C…
5 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
To take goods by force
A long public speech/tirade
Something mysterious and canny
Someone who is rude and/or disrespectful
Plundered
To take goods by force
Harangued
A long public speech/tirade
23 terms
The Odyssey Book 1-4 Vocab
Epic Poem
arête
hubris
até
An epic poem is a long narrative poem on a great and serious…
striving for excellence
overwhelming arrogance
rash behavior, rash act
Epic Poem
An epic poem is a long narrative poem on a great and serious…
arête
striving for excellence
107 terms
odyssey book 1
who are the muses
who is the man skilled in all ways of…
what happened to odysseus men on there…
for how long has odysseus been away fr…
odysseuses daughters erato, euterpe, thalia, melddomene, terp…
odysseus
stole and killed the cattle to have a feast recounless destor…
10 years. trojan war at troy
who are the muses
odysseuses daughters erato, euterpe, thalia, melddomene, terp…
who is the man skilled in all ways of…
odysseus
30 terms
The Odyssey Characters Book 1-10
Odysseus
Telemachus
Penelope
Mentes
King of Ithaca; Husband of Penelope; Father of Telemachus; ha…
son of Odysseus
Wife of Odysseus; Mother of Telemachus
Athena's first disguise; Mentes is an old man whose name is c…
Odysseus
King of Ithaca; Husband of Penelope; Father of Telemachus; ha…
Telemachus
son of Odysseus
10 terms
The Odyssey, Book 1
Where is Odysseus located at the poem'…
Which of the Olympian deities is his n…
What did Odysseus do to inspire the go…
What is the correlation of family memb…
Calypso's island.
Poseidon.
He wounded Polyphemus, Poseidon's son.
Agamemnon = Odysseus; Clytemnestra = Penelope; Orestes = Tele…
Where is Odysseus located at the poem'…
Calypso's island.
Which of the Olympian deities is his n…
Poseidon.
5 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
To take goods by force
A long public speech
Something mysterious and canny
Someone who is rude/disrespect
Plundered
To take goods by force
Harangued
A long public speech
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
Suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
18 terms
The Odyssey Book 1 Questions
What were 3 details used to describe O…
Is Odysseus able to bring his men back…
What happens to his men and why does t…
Where is Odysseus when the epic opens
unlucky wise crafty
no
his men die because they ate the sun gods cattle
Ogygia
What were 3 details used to describe O…
unlucky wise crafty
Is Odysseus able to bring his men back…
no
9 terms
odyssey book 1 vocab
disconsolate
cordial
lyre
minstrel
hopeless sad (adj)
friendly (adj)
a plucked string instrument associated with ancient Greece &…
singer of verses with an accompaniment of a harp/lyre (n)
disconsolate
hopeless sad (adj)
cordial
friendly (adj)
30 terms
Odyssey Vocab Book 1
Muse
Plunder
Hallowed
Lofty
The source of an artist's inspiration
To rob or pillage;to loot; take illegally
Sanctified; consecrated
Elevated in character; exalted
Muse
The source of an artist's inspiration
Plunder
To rob or pillage;to loot; take illegally
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
Suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
13 terms
odyssey book 1
suave (67)
supple (113)
burnished (149)
staid (164)
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
suave (67)
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple (113)
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
17 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
plundered
seething
harangued
exulted
to take goods by force
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
a long, public speech/tirade
to rejoice; to show joy
plundered
to take goods by force
seething
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1
suave
supple
burnished
staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1
Muse
Calypso
Odysseus
Poseidon
Daughter of Zeus
Curse to be on an island... Falls in love with Odysseus ... Refuses…
Upset Poseidon... Castes away to Ogygia ... Calypso won't let him l…
Angered by Odysseus
Muse
Daughter of Zeus
Calypso
Curse to be on an island... Falls in love with Odysseus ... Refuses…
5 terms
Odyssey Book 1 vocab
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
(v): to take goods by force
(n): a long public speech/ tirade
(adj.): something mysterious and canny
(adj.): someone who is rude and/ or disrespectful
Plundered
(v): to take goods by force
Harangued
(n): a long public speech/ tirade
24 terms
Tales from the Odyssey Book 1
myth
Settings
Ithaca, Troy, The den of the lotus eat…
Gave him the idea and plans for the wo…
a legend or story that includes gods, goddesses, creatures, a…
where a story takes place
Settings in Tales from the Odyssey
How Athena helps Odysseus
myth
a legend or story that includes gods, goddesses, creatures, a…
Settings
where a story takes place
13 terms
Odyssey book 1 vocab
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without any creases or breaks
Made shiny and lustrious espicially by rubbing
Marked by settled sedateness and often prim self restraint
Suave
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple
Capable of being bent or folded without any creases or breaks
5 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
(v): to take goods by force
(n): a long public speech/ tirade
(adj.): something mysterious and canny
(adj.): someone who is rude and/ or disrespectful
Plundered
(v): to take goods by force
Harangued
(n): a long public speech/ tirade
10 terms
The Odyssey Book 1
Contending
Valor
Baleful
Buffets
Strive
Personal courage
Destructive
Strike with a blow
Contending
Strive
Valor
Personal courage
10 terms
Odyssey Vocab Book 1
brazen
carouse
discreet
harangue
shameless; imprudent
to engage in druken revel
judicious in ones speech
to address with a long, passionate, pompous speech
brazen
shameless; imprudent
carouse
to engage in druken revel
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