The test of the bow

The test of the bow
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Greek mythology the the wandering of odysseos

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  • Here is my lord Odysseus hunting bow. Bend and string it if you can. who sends an arrow through iron axe-helve sockets, twelve in line. I join my life to his and live this place.
  • I promise marriages to both, and cattle, and housed built near mine.
  • Come on lets let the man try I wont heart.
  • no
  • thank you Can I try the bow?
  • Penelope is sad and crying. She had declared a contest and made a prize. Prize was she will join her life to his and leave this place.
  • Odysseus made a promises because both of his servants passed the test of supreme loyalty.
  • Odysseus the beggar asks the suitors if he might try the bow worried that the old man may show them up, the reuse, but Penelope urges them to let Odysseus try.
  • Telemachus, the strange I did not miss, neither did I take all day stringing the bow. My hand and ere are sound, not so contemptible as they your men say.
  • Two trusted servants lock the doors of the room, and Telemachus orders the bow be given to Odysseus.
  • thank you
  • Now flashed arrow from twanging bow clean as a whistle through every socket ring, and grazed not one, to thud with heavy brazen head beyond
  • He is telling them his hand and eye are sound, not as the young me say.
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