Teiresias and Circe both warn Odysseus to shun the isle of Helios. ... He
threatens that if they do not pay him full atonement for the cattle, that he will go
down to ...
Summary True to his word, Odysseus returns to Aeaea for Elpenor's funeral rites.
Circe is helpful once more, providing supplies and warnings about the journey t.
... Whatever they do, the seamen must not harm the sacred cattle of the sun. ... the
curse of the Cyclops (9.590-95) and the prophecy of Tiresias (11.125-35).
Odysseus and Jason survived Kirke's hospitality but only because they had ...
and travels she and Jason had endured but she carefully did not mention the ...
mere mortals found it difficult to dig-up the plant but he, as a god, could do all
things. .... crew that Kirke (Circe) and the ghost of the dead prophet, Teiresias,
had both ...
They reach his cave - he is still in the pasture - and Odysseus' men want to steal
... we learn much about Odysseus as a leader - both his strengths and his flaws.
... the mistake of wanting to meet Polyphemus even as his men warn him against
it. .... into a sty, but she is not strong enough to shoo them away as Circe can do.
The first shade is Elpenor, freshly fallen from Circe's roof. Odysseus's eyes ...
Teiresias drinks the blood of Odysseus's sacrifice and then speaks. His first
Sep 29, 2008 ... What prophecy of Teiresias and Circe does Odysseus with hold from his men? ...
This it did when his son by Circe (Telegonus) came looking for his father. ... Do
you think Odysseus's decision to withhold information about the ...
What prophecy of Tiresias and Circe does Odysseus withhold from his men, Only
... Odysseus does not warn his crew about Scylla because he thinks they will do
what .... How are Demodocus and the proverbial Homer alike, they are both blind
... What did the crew of Odysseus find first on the land of the Cyclops, goats.
Nearing an island, Odysseus and his men prepare to meet the Sirens, sea ...
Tiresias told Odysseus what to expect and do during the rest of his journey and
after ... Both Tiresias and Circe had warned Odysseus not to harm any of these ...
a tree and remained rooted in the ground—did she acknowledge and embrace
Jul 7, 2008 ... Odyssey recount the fabulous adventures and voyage of Odysseus, after the
Trojan War. ... Lesser Ajax, because Odysseus did not incur Athena's enmity at
the fall of Troy. .... advised him to go the Underworld and talk to the shade of the
seer Teiresias. ... Circe advised Odysseus that he couldn't avoid both.
Circe & Odysseus' men | Athenian red-figure pelike C5th B.C. | Staatliche ... upon
him to descend into the lower world to consult the seer Teiresias. .... Then the
attendant Naiades who did her housework carried all the refuse out of doors. ....
my knees with both his hand and made supplication : `Heaven-favoured king, do