"Son of Atreus, we thought that all the days you were favored by Zeus and yet it was to you that they destructive doom spirit would come to early." -Achilles
Oh happy son of Peleus, Achilles, like the imortals who died in Troy far from Argos in around you others were killed,Trojans and the best man among the Achaians."-Agamenmom
The story of the Suitors told by Amphimedon
"The son of Atreus, most lordly and king of man I remember it all we were courting the wife of Odysseus who had long been gone she would not refuse the hateful marrige nor would she bring it about but she was planning our death in black destruction." -Amphimedon
Odysseus and his father meet
"But come now and tell me this and give me an acurrate answer. Whats man thralls are you? Whos Orchard are you laboring?"
"How many years is it since you have entered that unhappy guest of yours, my son did he ever live?"
Hermes summoned the soul of the suitors to come forth with his golden staff.
Odysseus reveals himslef
"Father I am he, the man whom you ask about. I am here, come back in the 20th year the land of my father."
Amphimedon is one of the dead suitors explaining how Penelope refused to remarry.
The prophet tells the prophecy
"Hear me now you men of Ithaca hear what I tell you It is by your own weakness dear friends that these things have happened"-Halitherses
"Son of kronos are father O'Lordiest of the mighty tell me what I ask. What does your mind have hidden within it."-Athene
Odysseus returns home and reunites with his father at the Orchard.
The final battle
"My child why do you ask and question me in these matters? For was not this your own intention, as you have counseled it, how odysseys should make his way back and punish the others."-Zeus
Odysseus reveals himself to his father at the orchard.
"If in truth you are Odysseus my son who have come back here give me some unmistakable signs so I can believe you."
The Ithacan prophet Halitherses tells the Ithiacans have brought this burdon upon themselves.
The suitors come back to get revenge on Odysseus for the dead relatives.