Eurycleia goes to call Penelope, who has slept through fight. Penelope doesn’t believe anything that Eurycleia says, even after seeing her husband with her own eyes
She orders Eurycleia to move her bed, and Odysseus gets angry explaining how it is built from the trunk of an olive tree around which the house had been built. Hearing him, she knows that this man must be her husband.
The next day, he leaves with Telemachus for Laertes’ orchard. both disguised