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Antinous was our leader and was the reason of our behavior
Odysseus successfully reveals himself to the suitors by successfully shooting an arrow through 12 ax heads and then kills Antinous with an arrow through his throat.
Eurymachus tries to convince Odysseus that their leader, Antinous, was to blame for their behavior. Odysseus however declines Eurymachus's offer to play him back and proceeds to kill the suitors.
When you come home you will kill the suitors.
Do not touch the Sun's Cattle if you wish to get home.
Odysseus tells Eurymachus that all the suitors are at fault and decides he will kill them. Eurymachus encourages the suitors to kill Odysseus and reruns head first at Odysseus. Eurymachus is killed by Odysseus's arrow.
Odysseus performs his sacrifices with help digging a trench at the land of the Cimmerians and pouring milk, honey, mellow wine, and pure water as well as his best ram and ewe which Circe instructed him to do. His goal is to speak to Tiresias in order to get home.
He first speaks to Elpenor who broke his neck before Odysseus was able to come to the underworld. Then he speaks to Tiresias who prophesied that he would kill the suitors when he got to Ithaca but if he hurt the Sun's (Helios) cattle then he would suffer more.
Odysseus is then overwhelmed by the spirits of the dead who want to ask about their living relatives. He runs back to his ship and immediately sails away.
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