Odysseus and his men stay with Circe for one year. This incident takes place between Odysseus' encounter with the cannibalistic Achaeans and his visit to the land of the dead to speak with the spirit of Tiresias. More »

Odysseus leaves Circe's island of Aeaea reluctantly, and at the insistence of his men, in order to return home. They had all been living on the island for a year with the witch, who had become Odysseus' lover. More »

Odysseus died when he was stabbed with a spear by Telegonus, the son of Odysseus and Circe. Telegonus did not know he was stabbing his father. More »

Odysseus leaves Circe's island of Aeaea reluctantly, and at the insistence of his men, in order to return home. They had all been living on the island for a year with the witch, who had become Odysseus' lover. More »

Odysseus went to the Land of the Dead after being advised to do so by Circe, an immortal goddess who had turned some of his men into swine. The purpose of his visit was to contact the spirit of Teiresia. More »

Odysseus died when he was stabbed with a spear by Telegonus, the son of Odysseus and Circe. Telegonus did not know he was stabbing his father. More »

Teiresias tells Odysseus about the rest of his journey home to Ithaca, the suitors and their defilement of Odysseus' home, and how to placate the god Poseidon, who is still angry with the hero for blinding his son Polyph... More »