The Odyssey; Mia Castillo #2 (BOOK 4 (CHARACTERS (Alector: A Spartian man…
The Odyssey; Mia Castillo #2
: A Spartian man whose daughter marries Menelaus' son, Megapenthes
: daughter of Zeus and Leda, and wife of Menelaus; mother of Hermione
: daughter of Helen and Menelaus
: Menelaus' guard in Sparta
: virgin goddess associated with hunting, wild places, and the moon, childbirth, and diseases of women. daughter of Zeus and Leto.
:Slave women owned by Helen
:Wife of Polybus; queen of Egyptian Thebes
: Son of Zeus and Leto, and a god associated with the sun and with music, poetry, and arechery.
: A goddess associated with the hearth and marriage; she is daughter of Cronus and Rhea, and sister and wife of zeus
: Telemachus and Pisistratus travel to Sparta and find Menelaus with his wife celebrating the wedding of his children at his rich house. Menelaus welcomes them and then tells of his journey back to Troy. He then expresses his grief over losing his brother Agamemnon and Odysseus. Telemachus starts to cry and Helen then identifies him. Pisistratus then explains why they are there. Everyone grieves for Odysseus until Helen makes drugs to remove their grief and goes on to tell how Odysseus disguised himself to sneak through the city as a spy. Menelaus describes his determination in the Wooden Horse. Then all go to sleep. The next morning Menelaus describes how he acquired his wealth in Egypt, and captured Proteus the old sea god temporarily, who gave him news about his fellow warriors. Menelaus offers treasures to Telemachus. Meanwhile, the suitors find out of Telemachus' success and plan to kill him. Penelope finds out and is overcome by grief. Athena sends a dream phantom to Penelope.
:the son of Laomeden and the brother of Priam. Was abducted by dawn to be her lover.
:a goddess of agriculture and the harvest; daughter of Persephone
: The east wind
: the south wind
: The west wind
: The north wind
: daughter of Cadmus; sea goddess also called the white Goddess
: Zeus and Athena discuss Odysseus' fate. Zeus then sends Athena to look out for Telemachus and he sends Hermes to try and convince Calypso to release Odysseus. Calypso reluctantly lets Odysseus go and Odysseus constructs a raft. On his way to Phaeacia Posiden sees Odysseus and sends a storm. His rafts is wrecked but Ino spots him and takes pity on him. He clings to a piece of the raft and swims to shore. With Athena help he finds a good spot to rest in a river mouth. He then hides in bushes and falls asleep.
: King of the Phaeacians before his son Alcinious, succeeded him.
: king of Phaeacians
: Phaeacian princess; daughter of Alcinous and Arete
: Phaeacian sailor;father os Nausicaa's unnamed friend.
: Athena appears in Nausicaas' dream and tells her to go and wash her clothes in the river in preparation of her future marriage. Nausicaa sets of with some of her slaves. After they laundry and lunch, they start to play ball and start screaming when the ball is washed. Odysseus wakes up and sees Nausicaa and he slaves and begs them to take mercy on him. Nausicaa gives him clothes and instructions about how to get to her palace while not rousing suspicions of people. Odysseus waits in Athena's sanctuary outside the town and prays for help from the goddess.