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Adventures of Odysseus

People, monsters, & divinities encountered by Odysseus on his way home in The Odyssey
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D. S. Koelling

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Adventures of Odysseus

Calypso
Leucothea
Nausicaa
Cicones
Lotus-Eaters
Aeolus
Laestrygonians
Circe
Charybdis
& Scylla
Thrinaca
Sirens
Underworld
Tiresias
The Wanderings
of Odysseus

Charybdis
& Scylla
John Flaxman
b. York, 6 July 1755; d. London, 9 Dec 1826
Hermes Ordering Calypso to Release Odysseus

c. 1670
Gerard de Lairesse, Dutch,
1641-1711
18th-century French engraving of Odysseus (Ulysses)
Odysseus Receiving a Bag of Winds from Aeolus
Gaetano Gandolfi, mid-18th c.
Tiresias and Odysseus, Henry Fuseli, 1774-78
Archaic bronze statue, 5th c. BCE
The Walters Art Museum
Roman fresco, c. 50-40 BCE
Odysseus between
Scylla and Charybdis

Henry Fuseli,
1794-96
Cyclops
Odysseus and Polyphemus
Jacob Jordaens the elder
c. 1630-35
Books 5-12
Adventures of Odysseus. Theft of the Cattle of Helios
Story of Ulysses. Ulysses' Companions Stealing the Oxen of the Sun
Pellegrino Tibaldi, fresco, c. 1550-51, Bologna
Ulysses and the Sirens, 1891
John William Waterhouse
Odysseus with sprigs and Nausikaa. Detail from Athenian red-figure clay vase, c. 475-425 BCE. Munich Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek 2322
1990.34.0552
the straits of Messina
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