She told him not to mind the suitors, but to dine with them and then prepare for going to search for his father, Odysseus.
Athena is in disguise and persuades telemachus to find his father
The goddess, Athene, goes in disguise to Ithaca to encourage Telemachus to deal in a manly fashion with the Suitors who are courting his mother, Penelope, and with finding out what has happened to his father. She plays a large role in aiding Telemachus to search for his father, primarily because she was very fond of Odysseus and wanted him to return home to Ithaca. Telemachus would also play a role in the battle in the hall, very important for Odysseus' success.
She disguises herself as Telemachus's family friend, Mentes. She wants to convince Mentes to confront his mother's suitors, and for him to search for his father Odysseus.
She gives Telemachus the advice to go in search of news of his father, Odysseus.
I think that an example of "the call to adventure" plays out in Telemachus' odyssey. I recall it was Athena who pushes Telemachus to sail out in search of new of his father, a risky maneuver because of the perils he could face in open sea, and the suitors that plot to kill him on his way back.
Athena tells him to go to Nestor and then to go to Menalos
Telemachus is the son of Odysseus. The first four books of the Odyssey describe Telemachus' travels in search of news of his missing father; they are sometimes called the Telemachy.
In Greek, "Telemachus" means "far from battle". Telemachus is a figure in Greek mythology, the son of Odysseus and Penelope. The first four books of the Odyssey is focused on Telemahus' journeys in search of news about his father.
they wanted to jump him when telemachus was coming back to shore after a trip to search for his father. they were hiding in a shore, Athene said to poseidon theres a ship from Ithaca, lets give odysses's friends a scare (or sumthing like that) and so they put a fog around the ship (athene is actually on odysses's side and the ship was holding the suiters). So then telemachus waltz right past the suiters without a second glance. HOPE THIS HELPS!!!!!
Telemachus was Odysseus' son. In the Odyssey, he spends much of the story either travelling in search of his father or staying in Sparta as a guest of King Menelaos, but his official place of residence is the island of Ithaca.
Jason sailed a ship called Argos in his quest for the golden fleece. Jason pursued the fleece to retake his throne from his uncle who killed Jason's father.