Eurycleia, move the bed and have him sleep in another room.
Its Odysseus! I have returned!
We had this house built around this bed! The bed is immovable!
It really is you!
Eurycleia goes upstairs to call Penelope, who has slept through the entire fight of Odysseus killing all of his wife's suitors.
Penelope doesn’t believe anything that Eurycleia says, and she remains in disbelief even when she comes downstairs and sees her husband with her own eyes Penelope remains wary, afraid that a god is playing a trick on her. She orders Eurycleia to move her bridal bed
Odysseus suddenly flares up at her that their bed is immovable, explaining how it is built from the trunk of an olive tree around which the house had been constructed. Hearing him recount these details, she knows that this man must be her husband.