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Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis
Updated: 11/18/2020
Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis
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  • Circe warned Odysseus of the sirens, and Scylla. she told him to use beeswax to keep from hearing the sirens.
  • She tells Odysseus not to fight Silla unless they want more deaths
  • They had made it past the sirens and are now headed for Scylla.
  • They tried to move fast past Scylla but did not fight in order to keep as many people as they could, because fighting would have made it angry. He took 6 of the crew one for each head.
  • On the way headed to the sires Odysseus puts beeswax in his crews ears, and his crew tied him to the mast so he could hear but not be bewitch by the singing.
  • Odysseus try's to get free from ropes but his crew holds him down.
  • The ship stays close to Scylla on order to not get suck in by Charybdis the whirlpool.
  • They made it past Scylla, and Charybdis.
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