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he must shoot through the rings of twelve (12) axes in a row

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Q: Through how many axes must Odysseus fire his arrow in order to win?
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How did Odysseus convince his father of his identity?

he shot an arrow through twelve axes


How many axes must Odysseus fire his arrow?

he must shoot through the rings of twelve (12) axes in a row


In Penelope's archery contest through how many axes must Odysseus fire his arrow?

two


What did Penelope promise if the tattered stranger succeeded in shooting the arrow through the axes?

Penelope promised to marry the tattered stranger if he succeeded in shooting the arrow through the axes. This challenge was set to test his identity as her husband Odysseus upon his return home.


What does Odysseus prove about his abilities when he shot the arrow through the 12 axes?

it shows that he is worthy of welding the big purple dildo. if i remember correctly.


What did Telemachus do after Odysseus shot the arrow and it passed through the axes?

After the arrow shot by Odysseus passed through the axes, Telemachus took charge of the situation and removed the weapons from the Great Hall. He then ordered the disloyal maidservants to clean the Hall and dispose of the bodies. Finally, he continued to assist his father in the subsequent battle against the suitors.


What task were none of the wooers able to preform?

The suitors were challenged to string Odysseus' bow and then shoot an arrow through 12 axes. None of the suitors are able to accomplish this; the bow of Odysseus had never been strung by anyone besides him. An old man was able to accomplish it; however it was later revealed that the old man was Odysseus in disguise.


How does Odysseus get revenge on the suitors?

Not only does he emasculate the suitors by being the only one able to string his bow and shoot the arrow through the axes, he kills every last one.


Climax of adventures of the Odysseus?

The climax of "The Odyssey" is when Odysseus reveals his true identity to his wife Penelope and proves his identity through a test only he could pass - stringing his bow and shooting an arrow through a line of axes. This moment marks the resolution of Odysseus' journey and sets the stage for his final confrontation with the suitors.


Penelope recognized Odysseus immediately true or false?

False. Penelope does not immediately recognize Odysseus when he returns home in the epic "The Odyssey." She tests him to see if he is truly her husband by setting up the challenge of stringing his bow and shooting an arrow through a line of axes.


Did Harold die with an arrow through his eye?

Unlikely, he is depicted as being hacked by axes on the Bayeux tapestry.


What does Odysseus display to prove that he is Odysseus in book 21?

Odysseus proves he is Odysseus in Book 21 of the Odyssey by stringing his bow and executing a precise shot through a series of challenging tasks that only he could accomplish. His skillful handling of the bow, as well as his knowledge of secret details about the bow, convince others of his true identity.