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Odysseus' ship neared the islands of the Sirens.
The Sirens' songs were known to lure men to their death; no mortal has ever heard the singing and lived to reach their home.
Odysseus ordered Eurylochus, one of his trusty men, to bind him to the mast. Eurylochus was not permitted to release Odysseus, even though Odysseus might command him to do so.
"Plug your ears with the wax, so you would not be tempted by the Sirens' music."
Odysseus, greatest of all Achaeans, come to us.
As the Sirens sang to Odysseus, Odysseus struggled and begged Eurylochus to free him. But the loyal Eurylochus only binded him harder.
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