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THE ODYSSEY BOOK XIII CREATED BY: JOCELIN HERNANDEZ
Odysseus is on his way back home to Ithaca after the Phaeacians gave him goods and clothes.
The Phaeacians sailed Odysseus back to his homeland while he was asleep, when Odysseus woke up he does not remember his native land because Athena placed a mist over it.
Welcome back home!
Posiden is furious with the phaeacians because they helped Odysseus get home and cursed them for taking other people to their homeland. Additional to the consequence, Posiden asked Zues to put a bolder in the water in order to crush them, right as they are arriving to their port.
Athena and Odysseus dig holes to bury the goods and clothes that the Pthaeacians gave to him. And while they are putting the goods away, Athena tries to tell Odysseus that this is his home.
Athena informs Odysseus about Penelope and the suitors, after that they make plans to kill them. Athena disguises Odysseus and they go on their separate ways. Athena Brings Telemachus back home.
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