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Name: TEACHER’S COPY The Odyssey covers a very broad setting. This is the first step in charting Odysseus’ course. List, in order, the places Odysseus visited. Then list any special events which may have altered his course. Use these clues to draw your own map of Odysseus’ journey through the Mediterranean Sea. Place Clues to determine where/which direction Odysseus sailed Ithaca Odysseus sailed to Troy Troy Ismarus The ship almost rounded a southern cape, but a storm from Zeus blew for 17 days Land of the Lotus Eaters Land of Cyclopes Island of Aeolus Odysseus obtains a bag containing all winds but the west wind; the wind blows them home to Ithaca Off the coast of Ithaca The bag opens, and the winds carry Odysseus and his men back to the Island

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