What plant does Hermes give Odysseus?
In The Odyssey
Hermes gives Odysseus a sprig of Moly to protect him from Circe's spells. Moly is an enchanted herb which can only be uprooted by gods.
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Wine and food. The cyclops gets drunk, and then Odysseus stabs the cyclops in the eye with a sharpened log, then he gets away! Odysseus gives the cyclops 4 bowls of wine. As a parting gift, Odysseus and his men give the Cyclops a burning hole in its eye.
Not a good one - blinded by Odysseus, Polyphemus asked his father, the god of the sea Poseidon, for vengeance. Poseidon fixed things so that he spent 10 hazardous years wandering the sea before he got back to his kingdom of Ithaca. Another take: The present or 'gift' that the Cyclops promises… Odysseus is to eat Odysseus's crew first, and save Odysseus for last. Answer 3: A ram that he later uses for sacrifice in the underworld. (MORE)
Odysseus tells the Cyclops Polyphemus his name is Noman or Nobody (depending on the translation). By cleverly giving the Cyclops this fake name, Odysseus ensures that when Polyphemus calls for help, he will be misunderstood. Nohby which when the cyclopes said in while in pain sounded like nobody he …told him it was "nobody" "nothing" Nobody (MORE)
The king of the winds (aeolous) gives Odysseus a bag of winds that has all of the winds except for one (the west wind?) that will bring him home and he does get home within sight of Ithaca but then his crewmates got suspicious of the bag opened it and were blown back away from Ithaca back toward the… island of the winds (MORE)
she tell him to go to the underworld where she can ask the spirit of Tiresias, a blind prophet who will tell him how to get home.
Hermes convinces Calypso to release Odysseus, by informing her of the Olympus' gods decision regarding Odysseus. Later in the story, during a flashback, Odysseus and his crew were held hostage by Circe the sorceress. She had turned half of Odysseus' crew into pigs. Hermes gave Odysseus an herb to… protect himself from being turned into a pig and Odysseus was able to convince Circe to revert the crew to men. (MORE)
He gave Odysseus a prophecy of what he had to do when he got back to Ithaca, and gave him proper guidance on how to achieve these goals.
Hermes gives Odysseus a magic herb called Moly , a herb that symbolizes the protection of the gods, as only the gods can uproot it. It allows Odysseus to resist Circe's poisons and not transform into a pig.
He mostly tells him to not steal anything anymore or it will causemore trouble on his journey..
Two instances: 1. When Odysseus is on the island of Calypso, Hermes comes as a messenger to persuade Calypso let Odysseus go. 2. Hermes gives Odysseus advice on how to avoid danger from Circe and how to get his men back from her. He gives Odysseus a magical plant to protect Circe from her charm…s, tells Odysseus to pretend to want to kill Circe after she tries to cast her spell, and warns Odysseus not to sleep with Circe before she has promised to do no harm to him. (MORE)
In book 12 of the Odyssey, Odysseus warns his men; 'Listen to me, my comrades, brothers in hardship, let me tell you the dire prophecies of Tiresias and Aeaean Circe too: time and again they tole me to shun this island of the sun, the joy of man. Here, they warned, the worst disaster awaits us. Row… straight past these shores-race our black ship on!' (MORE)
Poseidon sees Odysseus and creates a storm to destroy his ship. Inogives Odysseus a veil that will protect him after the ship iswrecked.
Circe tells Odysseus he must travel to Hades to get the advice ofthe blind Theban prophet Teiresias. She tells Odysseus how to sailto Hades, and gives him and his crew a fair wind to sail himswiftly there. When Odysseus returns, Circe tells him to follow one of twoalternative paths leading back to …Greece: toward the "WanderingRocks" where King Aeolus (god of the winds) reigned or passing inbetween the Scylla monster and a giant whirlpool. Block his ears with wax so he couldn't hear them. (MORE)
In Homer's "The Odyssey", Odysseus receives directions on how toget to Hades from the goddess, Circe. In order to get Tiresias toanswer his questions about what fate awaited him in the future, hehad to take an offering of a ram.
Odysseus is captured by Calypso and she holds him on her island forseven years. Zeus commands her to let Odysseus go and helps him onhis journey.
Hermes gives Odysseus a magic herb to protect him from the power of Circe. Yes, this is true.
Ino takes pity on Odysseus' plight as she sees him in the ocean on his raft in a middle of a fierce storm. The Veil will ensure that Odysseus will not drown or come to any harm.
The prediction Odysseus gives to Penelope and that Odyessus (which is himself but disguised as a beggar) will return
Aeolus bottled up all winds but the west winds and put them in an ox-hide bag for Odysseus.
He sat weeping on the beach. (Odyssey, book 5, line 82. Was that your home assignment?)
because he knew that she was bad and wanted to turn him into an animal
Hermes, on the island of circe to keep him safe from her magic that had entrapped his crew
Aeolus is the wind king for the two gifts he gives Odyesseus: 1) a fair west wind that will blow the fleet of ships toward Ithaca 2) and a great bag holding all the unfavorable, stormy winds
Tiresias told Odysseus that no matter what happened, avoid the livestock. Tiresias prophesized that if Odysseus and his men ate the cattle, there would be destruction for his ship and crew. Tiresias also told Odysseus that when he returned home to Ithaka, he would find ignorant men, courting his lad…y and eating his food. (MORE)
Who kept Odysseus on her Island until she was warned by Hermes to let him continue on his journey home?
until at length she was obliged by the gods to allow him to continue his journey homeward if you want to improve my answer ASK me first at MarrisaJazzie@yahoo.com . got a problem with that asking me part to bad! . if you do well that will hurt my feelings i am only 10 seriously i go…t this from Google (MORE)
The Odyssey; Odysseus was the protagonist ;) Hermes is the Messenger of the Gods. He was sent to help Odysseus on his travel, he acts as a channel. #RandomInfo: He was the God written about the most, which could hint to him being the most popular, or important.
well i think they mean in the book and he gave him multivitamins and a thermos containing winds from the four corners of the earth and the backpacks which contains basic food and clothes and for stuff like demigods drachamas, ambrosia and nectar and Annabeth's Yankees cap and Percy's sword (riptide)… and Tysons metal working stuff (this may not be all right but its from the top of my head sorry if its not all correct but i think it is) (MORE)
The whole work of the Odyssey could be considered mythological directions and dangers of the ancient seas.
Zeus gives Odysseus many signs, usually with thunder and/or lightning. When Odysseus leave Thrinacia after his men has killed the Cattle of Helios: A thunderbolt smashing his ship. When Odysseus strings his bow: Thunder with no clouds in sight. When Odysseus continues to attack the suitors'… families after Athena tells everyone to seize fighting: Thunderbolt of fire directly in his path. (MORE)
Ino tells Odysseus to dive into the ocean and swim to shore, throwing her enchanted scarf which will protect him back into the ocean after he reaches land.
He warns him not to get the suitors angry with him, or they will kill him.
Odysseus implicitly tells Telemachus not to string his bow, even though he can. Odysseus later signals Telemachus to prepare for battle after Odysseus has performed the feat of strength and skill.
If Odysseus goes to bed with Circe when she first asks, she will 'unman' him, that is, she will cut off his penis. Hermes tells Odysseus to first make Circe swear that she will do him no harm before he sleeps with her.
Hermes helps Odysseus at the end of his 7-years on Ogygia with Calypso, and just before he meets up with Circe.
Hermes gave Odysseus several things: 1. A chance at escaping back to Ithaca when he tells Calypso to free Odysseus. 2. A sprig of Moly to resist Circe's magical charms. 3. Advice to Odysseus on how to defeat Circe.
His motivations are not thoroughly explained, although it is assumed that he wants to help Odysseus because: . He wishes to obey the wishes of the gods of Olympus. . He wishes to fulfill his role as messenger of the gods. . He wishes to obey the fates, and make sure Odysseus fulfills his dest…iny. (MORE)
Amphinomous. Odysseus, disguised as a beggar, warns Amphinomous that although he is a well-respected man and a considerable person, if he does not leave the house, he will be killed by Odysseus when he returns home. Amphinomous feels a dark forboding, but does not return to his home. Instead he …stays, and is eventually killed by Telemachus with a thrown spear. (MORE)
Odysseus has no part in this. Odysseus sends 3 men to explore the island, and these 3 men are offered Lotus by the inhabitants.
Athene gave Odysseus wisdom because she admired him and he reminded her of himself. Also because he showed piety and gave her prayers and sacrifices.
Chione caught the eye of Hermes and she gave birth to Autolycus- the father of Laertes who proved himself in both the hunt for the Calydonian boar and the quest for the Golden Fleece. Laertes was the father of Odysseus.
1) His men tell Oysseus to leave the Cyclop's cave before he comes back. 2) After they escape, Oysseus can't help but to yell back at Polyphemus. His men tell him to stop but, he continues.
He gives the the gift to Odysseus because he is the cousin of Poseidon and he is mad at him for some reason and he wants to show of that he is better than him!
He tells him to go home and wait for his fathers arrival as a beggar. He warns Telemachus not to interfere if the suitors are rise but to wait for the signal to hide all the weapons except his own. He also reminds Telemachus not to let any one know that he has returned.
he wanted Odysseus to forget that he abused him and that he is sorry and for him to forgive him for his bad doings
Chapter 11- He refers to his mother Autolycus. Twice he is refered to as "Royal son of Laertes."
He builds the raft himself showing the self reliance of a Homeric Hero but he receives instruction on where to find good materials and is given the tools by Circe
Tiresias, the prince of Thebes, revealed himself to Odysseus, carrying a golden staff. Tiresias told Odysseus that he and his men would encounter the grazing herds of Helios on Thrinakia. Tiresias told Odysseus that no matter what happened, avoid the livestock. Tiresias prophesized that if Odysseus …and his men ate the cattle, there would be destruction for his ship and crew. (MORE)
Hermes told Odysseus to use the holy herb moly to resist the magicof the witch-goddess.
Hermes put in Pandora a shameless mind and a deceitful nature atthe orders of Zeus. Hermes also gave her speech and her name.
He didn't give him anything- in ancient Greek mythology, hecaptured Odysseus and his crew after their ship is wrecked in astorm and washed up on the island where he lived. The Cyclops iscannibalistic in his habits and kills and devours more than one ofOdysseus's men, but he also has a treasured floc…k of sheep that hejealously guards. Odysseus tricks the Cyclops into getting drunk tothe point of passing out from intoxication- when he is unconscious,Odysseus blinds the Cyclops's single eye with a red-hot iron, thenkill his herd of sheep and clads himself and his crew in theirfleeces. Upon awakening and finding himself blind, the Cyclopsflies into a fury and seeks to find and kill Odysseus, but becausehe can no longer see, he has to go by touch, and cannot tell thefleece-clad Odyssesus and his crew, from his own flock of sheep,enabling them to sneak out quietly and escape when the Cyclops getsconfused. (MORE)