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Oddyseus' travel vs. Telemachus' travel

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How people in different cities treat others
Bridget Condie and Hazel Hegeman
(Code of Hospitality) Odysseus' encounters of Hospitality on his journey Code of hospitatlity pages to refer to:
10, 22, 29, 38, 45, 61, 72, 80, 90, 99, 105, 107, 112, 118, 120, 123, 131-132, 135 Odysseus Encounters Hospitality:
74(Calypso taking in Odysseus)Calypso
"I loved him, I took care of him, I even told him
I'd make him immortal and ageless of all his days"
80(Ino saves him on raft)Ino
"Poor man. Why are you so odious to Poseidon,
Odysseus, that he sows all this grief for you?
-
Here, wrap this veil tightly around your chest.
It's immortally charmed: Fear no Harm or death.
90 (Nausicaa saves Odysseus from woods)Nausicca
"Since you have come to our country,
You shall not lack clothing, nor anything needed
By a sore-tried suppliant who presents himself.
99(elder reminds of manners)Phaeacian Elder
"Alcinous, This will not do at all. It is not proper
That a guest sit in the ashes on the hearth."
105(nice place to stay and sleep)Narrator
"So they spoke, and the white-armed Arete told her maids
To place a bed in the porch and spread upon it
Beautiful purple blankets and fleecy cloaks.
113(Putting on a show to please Odysseus and show off talent)Alcinous
"Up now, let the best dancer in Phaeacia dance,
So that the stranger can tell his friends back home
How superior we are in seamanship,
In fleetness of foot, in dancing, and in song.
118 (apologizes/good-byes)Alcinous
"Come, then,
Let us give him gifts that benefit a guest.
120 (Phaecians) Narrator
"He had not been
Cared for like this since leaving Calypso,
Who had treated him as if he were a god."
123(prophesy changes hospitality)Alcinous
"He said that one day
Poseidon would smite a Phaeacian ship
As it sailed back home over the misty sea"
131-132(wait for cyclops hospitalty)Odysseus
"But I wanted to see him, and see
If he would give me a gift of hospitality."
135 (cyclopes hospitality=eating leader last)Polyphemus
""Noman I will eat last after his friends.
friends first, him last. That's my gift to you."


314 (Servants at Odysseus' palace hospitality) swineherd
"Stranger, are you getting any more respect yet, Or are they still insulting you in the hall?"
314 ( Servants at Odysseus' palace's hospitality) Goatherd-Melanthius'
"Are you still here, pestering everyone?
Why don't you get the hell outside?"
315 (Servants at Odysseus' palace's hospitality) Philoetius-herdsman
"Welcome, stranger, and may good luck
Come you way, hard as things are for you now."
298(penelope's hospitality toward a friend of Odysseus) Penelope
"You may have been pitied befre, stranger,
But now you will be loved and honored
Here in my halls." Why are we tracking the hospitality shown to Odysseus throughout his journey back to Ithaca?

We are tracking Odysseus and the hospitality shown to him on his journey because it shows the various customs and traditions of ancient Grecian people. Tracking a specific theme throughout the Odyssey helps us to further comprehend the time, people, and understand the value of culture in Ancient Greece. Key: (Starting place) (Final Destination) Odysseus Encounters Hospitality:
Book 5: pg. 74(Calypso taking in Odysseus)
Calypso:
"I loved him, I took care of him, I even told him
I'd make him immortal and ageless of all his days" 80(Ino saves him on raft)
Ino:
"Poor man. Why are you so odious to Poseidon,
Odysseus, that he sows all this grief for you?
-
Here, wrap this veil tightly around your chest.
It's immortally charmed: Fear no Harm or death.

Importance: A godess is taking pity on him Book 6: pg. 90 (Nausicaa saves Odysseus from woods)
Nausicca:
"Since you have come to our country,
You shall not lack clothing, nor anything needed
By a sore-tried suppliant who presents himself." Book 8: pg. 120 (Phaecians)
Narrator:
"He had not been
Cared for like this since leaving Calypso,
Who had treated him as if he were a god." Book 8: pg. 123(prophesy changes hospitality)
Alcinous
"He said that one day
Poseidon would smite a Phaeacian ship
As it sailed back home over the misty sea" Book 7: pg 99(elder reminds Alcinous (younger mand) of manners)
Phaeacian Elder:
"Alcinous, This will not do at all. It is not proper
That a guest sit in the ashes on the hearth." Book 7: pg. 105(nice place to stay and sleep)
Narrator:
"So they spoke, and the white-armed Arete told her maids
To place a bed on the porch and spread upon it
Beautiful purple blankets and fleecy cloaks." Book 8: pg. 113 (Putting on a show to please Odysseus and show off talent)
Alcinous:
"Up now, let the best dancer in Phaeacia dance,
So that the stranger can tell his friends back home
How superior we are in seamanship,
In fleetness of foot, in dancing, and in song." Book 8: pg. 118 (apologizes/good-byes)
Alcinous:
"Come, then,
Let us give him gifts that benefit a guest." Map of Odysseus' Journey Importance: Nausicaa is a good example of Code and the relationship with strangers Importance: Elder is advising the young about code of hospitality, could represents the evolution of the code Importance: Shows the extent to which the Code applies. Purple usually has a relationship to royalty and fine things. Importance: Shows the interior motives of this hospitality: to impress visitors. Importance: This shows that there may be a precedent to the amount of gifts that are given to guests. Importance: Shows the magnitude to which the Phaecians treated Odysseus. Importance: Shows how the gods can interfere with hospitality. Book 9: pg. 135 (cyclopes hospitality=eating leader last)
Polyphemus
""Noman I will eat last after his friends.
friends first, him last. That's my gift to you." Book 9: pg. 131 (wait for cyclops hospitality)
Odysseus
"But I wanted to see him, and see
If he would give me a gift of hospitality." Importance: Odysseus admits he was wrong, curiosity got the best of him Importance: How the code applies to cyclops even though it is completely different then human's
Civil vs. Savagery Book 20: pg. 314 (swineherd hospitality)
Eumaeus
"Stranger, are you getting any more respect yet,
Or are they still insulting you in the hall?" Importance: Shows that others see that it is wrong how the suitors and others are treatIng Odysseus Book 24: pg. 368 (Agamemnon's reaction to suitor's arrival in Underworld)
Agamemnon
"The ghost of Agamemnon
Recognized one of them, Amphimedon,
Who had been his host in Ithaca, and called out:" Importance: Agamemnon greets suitors in Underworld; shows the precedent showing hospitality gives to people Cicones (Book 9: pg 126)
Pillage the town
Men get drunk slaughter rams of the village
Pay price of their disrespect and six men die as a result Prequel starts in Troy (Iliad)
Returning from successful war Lotus Eaters (Book 9: pg. 127)
Men explore island, locals give them lotus
Odysseus ties affected men to boat and leaves Polyphemus (Book 9: pg 132-138)
Men arrive on Cyclopes' shore
Go to his cave
Eats some of the men
Odysseus escapes
Polyphemus curses him Island of Aeolia (Book 10 pg. 141)
Odysseus
"He gave me a bag of the hide of an ox
Nine years old, which he had skinned himself,
And in this bag he bound the wild winds' ways,
For Zeus made him keeper of the winds," Importance: Stranger gives Odysseus safe passage home Odysseus (Book 10: pg. 142)
"I thought long and hard about whether I should
Just go over the side and end it all in the sea
Or endure in silence and remain among the living." Laestrygonians (Book 10: pg. 144)
Odysseus eaten by Giants
Escape with one ship, rest are crushed Circe (Book 10: pg. 147)
Men arrive Circe turns them into swine
Hermes helps Odysseus
Odysseus frees men
Spend a year "refilling their spirits"
Circe tells him to go to Underworld Travel to the Underworld (Book 11: pg. 158-167)
Meet war heroes
Meet Tiresias
Odysseus questions him Return to Circe (Book 12: pg. 179)
Bury the body of Elpenor
Tells him where he must go next Sirens (Book 12: pg. 183)
Puts wax in people's ear so they don't hear Sirens
Odysseus tied to mast
Sirens entice him with enchanting words Scylla and Charybdis(Book 12: pg 185)
Scylla takes six of strongest men
Charybdis sucks down water Helios and the Sun Cattle (Book 12: pg. 189)
Odysseus tells crew not to eat cattle
Eurylochus tells crew its okay
Crew eat the cattle
Sun god curses them Calypso (Book 12: pg. 191)
Floats for 9 days to Ogygia Book 6, 7, and 8: Odyesseus stays with King Alcinious in Phaeacia. Importance: This shows us that even some gods follow the Code of Hospitality Hospitality:
The Greeks believe that they act through the gods (in what they say, in what they do, in how they act) so they must act in an admirable way. Therefore they do everything they can to be hospitable and welcoming to travelers and strangers. The Greeks must be hospitable because it is what they believe the gods want them to do, and they must do it because they fear the gods. Thank You for Watching! The Beginning Crew gets close then jealous, and opens the bag-->winds send them back to Aeolia
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