Athena pulls his hair and tells him to wait

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Athena pulls his hair and tells him to wait Telemachus would have strung the bow if Odysseus hadn’t signaled him not to do so. True Virgil ends his narration of the Underworld by strongly suggesting that it was a false dream. True Calypso offered to make Odysseus immortal, and he refused. True
Which tale contains one fo the basic seeds for the storyline of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet? Pyramus and Thisbe Penelope tells the suitors that she will marry one of them when she finishes making an urn for Laertes. False Who are the characters in this sculpture? Phoebus Daphne In what language did Ovid write? Latin Base the next questions off the map.
If you wanted to visit Laertes, where would you go? C The letter “I” on the map is most important because: This is Menelaus’ home city The letter “G” on the map is: Astyanax’s home Which divinity is most closely associated with the site labeled “E”? Demeter Who is Aeneas’ guide to the Underworld? Sibyl Abel expresses worries about people who might kill him when he leaves home – thereby implying that the world is populated much more than just the immediate relatives of Adam and Eve. False
Who is the young hero who is willing to stand up to Agamemnon and believes that the Greeks don’t need Achilles to defeat the Trojans?

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