After succeeding the challenge to win Penelope's heart again, Odysseus shrugs off his rags to reveal himself from the disguise.
By Louis G.
He spoke to the crowd, "So much for that, your clean-cut game is over. Now watch me hit a target that no man has hit before, if I can make this shot, help me Apollo."
Odysseus fires his arrow at Antinous's head, killing him, his nose begins to bleed as well.
All the crowd could do was yell at Odysseus, "Foul! To shoot a man! That was your last shot! Your throat will be slit for this! Our finest lad is down. You killed the best on Ithaca. Buzzards will tear your eyes out!"
Aided by Athena, Odysseus, Telemachus, Eumaeus and other faithful herdsmen kill all the suitors.
Greathearted Odysseus, home at last, was being bathed now by Eurynome and rubbed with golden oil and clothed in a fresh tunic and cloak.