Table of Contents
- 1 How did Eurylochus betrayed Odysseus?
- 2 Who destroyed Odysseus men?
- 3 How did Helios punish Odysseus?
- 4 Who told Odysseus to avoid cows?
- 5 Is Charybdis a God?
- 6 Who is the god or goddess that helps Odysseus the most?
- 7 Who is Odysseus wife?
- 8 Did Helios sleep with cows?
- 9 Why did Odysseus kill all of his men?
- 10 Who are the disloyal servants in the Odyssey?
- 11 Who are the 117 suitors in the Odyssey?
How did Eurylochus betrayed Odysseus?
When Odysseus goes to save his men, Eurylochus refuses to guide him and urges him to escape and leave the men to their fate. When Odysseus returns from Circe, having rescued the men, Eurylochus insults Odysseus. Odysseus considers killing him but the crewmen drag them apart.
Who destroyed Odysseus men?
As soon as land is out of sight, Zeus sends a monstrous storm that destroys the vessel and kills all the men, sparing only Odysseus. Quickly making a raft of the mast and keel, Odysseus survives the vortex of Charybdis and struggles ashore ten days later at Ogygia, the island of Calypso.
Does Odysseus ever disobey the law of hospitality?
1. In the land of the Cyclopes, Odysseus and his men enter the home of Polyphemus where he gives no hospitality. Odysseus gives him plenty of opportunites to let them out and give them food and water, but Polyphemus replys by eating his men and trying to kill them.
How did Helios punish Odysseus?
Lampetie tells Helios that Odysseus’ men have slain his cattle. In turn, Helios orders the gods to take vengeance on Odysseus’ men. He threatens that if they do not pay him full atonement for the cattle, he will take the sun to the Underworld and shine it among the dead.
Who told Odysseus to avoid cows?
If Odysseus or his crew harm the cattle, his ship will be destroyed, and his men will perish. When Odysseus returns to Aeaea, Circe reminds him to make sure no one touches Helios’ cattle.
What is Zeus response to Helios demand for revenge?
What is Zeus’ response to Helios’ demand for revenge? Zeus tell Helios that it’s okay and that he will throw down a lightning bolt and make splinters of their ship.
Is Charybdis a God?
Charybdis, the daughter of the sea god Pontus and the earth goddess Gaia, was a deadly whirlpool. Three times a day, Charybdis would pull in and push out water with such force that ships would be sunk.
Who is the god or goddess that helps Odysseus the most?
Athena is the Greek goddess of wisdom and battle strategy, and was also the patron goddess of heroes. Odysseus was a great hero among the Greeks, and so had Athena’s favor and aid in many of his exploits. She was a key goddess in the story of the Odyssey as a divine assistant to Odysseus on his journey home.
What is Odysseus saying in lines 153 156 and what do they foreshadow?
Odysseus takes the wine and his twelve best fighting men because he is going to to get the cyclops drunk and attack him then. I think it’s a good idea because the cyclops is dumb and will drink the wine. What’s foreshadowed is that Odysseus saw that the cyclops ate some of his men.
Who is Odysseus wife?
Penelope, in Greek mythology, a daughter of Icarius of Sparta and the nymph Periboea and wife of the hero Odysseus. They had one son, Telemachus.
Did Helios sleep with cows?
While the gods put Odysseus (Ulysses) to sleep, Eurylochos convinced his companions to sacrifice the most beautiful cows of Helios to the gods, which would allow them to eat meat. After the sacrifice, all fell asleep, sated.
How does Eurylochus justify killing a cow to eat?
One day Odysseus fell asleep, and Eurylochus convinced the men to eat the Cattle of the Sun: it’s better to die at sea from the wrath of the gods, he said, than to die of hunger. You just studied 10 terms!
Why did Odysseus kill all of his men?
Although Odysseus does his best to prevent his men from approaching the cattle, their deep hunger after being stranded by bad winds on the island leads the men to consume some of the cattle while Odysseus is asleep. Enraged, Helios demands justice, and Zeus responds by killing all of the men but Odysseus. Thus, Circe’s predictions do come true.
Who are the disloyal servants in the Odyssey?
Moreover, the disloyal servants too seemingly get what they deserve. Indeed Melanthius seems fit for the death penalty as he has been disloyal to Odysseus the most. In the fight between Odysseus and the suitors he sides with the suitors, supplying them with equipment for battle. As well as
Who is responsible for the crew’s death in the Odyssey?
You can blame Odysseus, the gods and you can blame the crew for their own death. You can blame Odysseus because he did tell his crew to not eat the cattle, but Odysseus fell asleep so when he was sleeping the crew killed and ate the cattle.
Who are the 117 suitors in the Odyssey?
As well as Rossana Mr. Harris Mythology, 4 4, December 2012 Judgment of Odysseus In Homer’s The Odyssey, Odysseus returns home to find that 117 rowdy suitors, believing Odysseus to be dead, had overrun his palace, courting his faithful though weakening wife, Penelope, and going through his stock of food.