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Date posted: December 29th 2016

Book Title: The Odyssey (post pictures)

Odysseus’ sculpture from the villa of Tiberius at Sperlonga Italy. Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Sperlonga

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A short trip from Troy to Ismarus

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Tumbling around for nine days from Ismarus to The Land of the Lotus Eaters

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Odysseus dragging his men out of the Lotus eater land

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Sailing high as a kite towards the land of the Cyclops

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Stabbing Polyphemus right in the eye with a hot‑red stick

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Cyclops Island to Lipari

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Sailing to Ithaca and tumbling back to Lipari because of that asshole Poseidon

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Lipari to Corcica where most of his men were killed by giant rocks and one ship made it to Circe’s

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Circe the witch goddess that liked turning people into pets. You can also see Odysseus talking to Hermes in the back

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To hell and back again. In our map obviously there is no actual place we could identify as the House of Hades

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After drinking some sheep blood, Tiresias tells Odysseus what the deal is

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Circe told Odysseus to go to the Land of the Sun, but to beware of certain surprises...

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Odysseus actually wanted to listen to the Sirens and told his men to tie him up so he wouldn’t swim towards them

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An illustration of Charybdis and Scylla (Although you can't really see Charybdis)

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Taking the Cattle of the Sun for a “well-deserved” BBQ

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Drifting back to Charybdis and Scylla then floating by himself down to Calypso’s island

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Odysseus, on a one‑man raft on his way to the City of the Phaeacians, was spotted by Poseidon2 who was convinced he killed Odysseus this time

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Alcinous’ men dropped off Odysseus (while he slept) in Ithaca

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Bow contest

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Killing suitors left‑and‑right

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The entire journey put together

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  1. The dick‑god of the seven seas