Land of The Dead

Land of The Dead

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  • "Thither we came and beached our ship, and took out the sheep, and ourselves went beside the stream of Oceanus until we came to the place of which Circe had told us (Homer 18-20)."
  • "...Teiresias alone would sacrifice separately a ram, wholly black, the goodliest of my flocks (Homer 32-33)."
  •  "'Then there gathered from out of Erebus the spirits of those that are dead, brides, and unwedded youths, and toil-worn old men, and tender maidens with hearts yet new to sorrow...' (Homer 37-40)."
  • Odysseus and his men are on their way to the Land of the Dead where Circe said to go so Odysseus can meet Tiresias and discover his fate. 
  •  “'So I spoke, and with a groan he answered me...' (Homer 59)"
  • Odysseus and his men finally reach the island and now are asked to stay back when Odysseus goes into the Land of the Dead alone.
  •  “'So I spoke, and my honored mother straightway answered:...' (Homer 180)"
  • Odysseus is walking through the Land of the Dead in search of Tiresias while all the other lingering souls want his ram offering.
  • "'... a phantom that august Persephone has sent me, that I may lament and groan the more?’ (Homer 209)"
  • Odysseus gives Tiresias his offering and Tiresias tells him his fate and tells him to return to Circe.
  • Odysseus speaks to his mother after the passed away and now lives in the Land of the Dead.
  • Homer makes it out alive and follows Tiresias' advice. Odysseus then heads straight to Circe to find out what he really needs to do and not to do.
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