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Odysseus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Head of Odysseus from a Roman period Hellenistic marble group representing Odysseus blinding Polyphemus, found at the villa of Tiberius at Sperlonga

Odysseus | Greek mythology |

Odysseus, Latin Ulixes, English Ulysses, hero of Homer’s epic poem the Odyssey and one of the most frequently portrayed figures in Western literature. According to ...

Odysseus, Greece, Greek mythology

Odysseus the king of Ithaca and son of Laertes was considered the most clever Greek hero and not surprisingly, he was protected by Athena, goddess of wisdom.

Odysseus - Hero and Wanderer

The Warrior. Odysseus was one of the most fierce warriors at the siege of Troy. His reputation for being a crafty and savvy negotiator was eclipsed by his reputation ...

Odysseus - Encyclopedia Mythica

Odysseus (called Ulysses in Latin) was the son of Laertes and was the ruler of the island kingdom of Ithaca. He was one of the most prominent Greek leaders in the ...

Odysseus (Ulysses) - Ancient Roman and Greek Mythology

Odysseus fought in the Trojan War, came up with the idea of the wooden horse and returned home by an adventure-filled circuitous route that took ten years.

Odysseus - New World Encyclopedia

Odysseus or Ulysses (Greek Ὀδυσσεύς Odysseus; Latin: Ulixes), was the mythical Greek king of Ithaca and the main hero in Homer's epic poem, the Odyssey.

Mythweb: The Odyssey - Greek Mythology: Odysseus

"The Odyssey. The illustrated wanderings of the hero Odysseus after the Trojan War. Based on Homer's epic from Greek Mythology."

Odysseus - Greek Mythology Wiki - Wikia

Odysseus shooting the suitors. Odysseus or his Roman name Ulysses was the king of Ithaca, and he ruled an island country that was west of Greece.

Odysseus in The Odyssey - Shmoop

Everything you ever wanted to know about Odysseus in The Odyssey, written by masters of this stuff just for you.