Calypso and Cannibals
Cicones and Circe
Cyclops and Lotus Eaters
Poseidon and Scylla
Troy and Cicones
Lotus Eaters and Cyclops
Island of Aeolia and Laestrygonians
Teiresias and the Land of the Dead
Circe and Sirens
Charybdis and Scylla
Thrinakia and Calypso
Scheria and Phaeacia
Poseidon did not take pity on Odysseus unlike the other gods, and wrecked Odysseus’ raft with a storm after he left Calypso’s island.
I was very grateful for Athena and the nymph who helped me ashore to Scheria, where I was then found by the daughter of Alcinous, the king of Phaeacia. She took me to his court.
I was treated very well by the king’s servers. It was after the big feast they had given me when I told the king of my long journey. I went on from hours end from the
Trojan war to this
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