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Aren't you the son of Odysseus?
When Telemachos arrives, Menelaos is hosting a double wedding feast, and he serves them food even before finding out their names.
They happily greet Pisistratus and Telemachus, the latter of whom they soon recognize as the son of Odysseus because of the clear family resemblance.
Menelaus tells the famous story of the Trojan horse, Odysseus’s masterful gambit that allowed the Greeks to sneak into Troy and slaughter the Trojans.
Menalaus was forced to capture Proteus, the divine Old Man of the Sea.
Proteus told him the way back to Sparta and then informed him of the fates of Agamemnon and Ajax, another Greek hero, who survived Troy only to perish back in Greece.
Telemachus and Pisistratus return to Pylos to set sail for Ithaca.
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