"With my drawn bladeI spaded up the votive pit, and pouredlibations round it to the unnumbered dead:sweet milk and honey, then sweet wine, and lastclear water; and I scattered barley down."
The Whirlpool and Scylla
Elpenor drank so much wine he ended up sleeping on Circe's roof. He didn't realize the height and fell and died.
The Journey Through
When Odysseus and his men travel through the land of sirens, they plug their ears because how bad the sound is.
Scylla was a six headed monster that Odysseus and his crew came across. Scylla was evil and ate six of his people
Circe describes to Odysseus and his men that the journey will not be easy. She tells them the obstacles they will face.
"I swore to sacrificea black lamb, handsomest of all our flock.Thus to assuage the nations of the deadI pledged these rites, then slashed the lamb and ewe,letting their black blood stream into the wellpit."