Néstor, son of Neleo, I come from Ithaca in search of information about my father Odysseus who fought with you in Troy.
Now that you made the offering, now tell me who you are? Your requests and from which port I sail.
I ask you to tell me what you know
Oh, my friend, you turn my mind to the dark days, but I'll tell you.
Telemaco and mentor join the celebration and ask him to make an offering to poseidon
One night agamemnon and menelaus summon a meeting where menelaos asked to return home but agamemnon wants to stay
Telemaco went from Ithaca to Pylos in search of information about his father Odysseus. Telemachus had only heard information about the other Achaean generals, but nothing about his father.
In the morning, Menelaus and half the fleet departed between them, me and Odysseus.
Telemaco asks Néstor to tell him everything and if his father fell in battle, Nestor remembers his dark days where the Achaeans suffered a lot and, after looting Troy, the gods had more problems for them.
I would recommend that before returning home visit menelao in Sparta.
The kings did not agree with what was discussed in the meeting, therefore the men went to sleep
Agamemnon stayed to make the sacrifice, but even in one of the boats that departed they did not agree and that ship returned together with Odysseus, Nestor returned home together with the king diomedes de argos
Nestor tells Telemachus to visit Menelaus in Sparta, since he was the last to return alive and may have heard of his father.