Eumaios was the swineherd.
Odysseus' swineherd was loyal even though he thought Odysseus was dead. He helped him in the final battle.
What did Odysseus do to convince the swineherd that he was being truthful concerning Odysseus' return?
Odysseus told the swineherd if his lord didn't return as Odysseus said he would, the swineherd should kill him so that other beggars wouldn't try to deceive him.
he told odysseus his background.
Eumaeus was Odysseus's swineherd.
Eumaeus was the swine herd
The fate of his mother and father
His name was Eumaios.
He was kidnapped by his father's servant.
(A+) He told Odyseus his background
He thought Odysseus was dead.
eumaeus the swineherd
Eumaios the swineherd
the swineherd, the shepherd, and the cowherd
A swineherd or pig farmer
Eumaeus (properly Eumaios) is Odysseus's faithful slave and swineherd in the Odyssey.
To see if he is faithful toward him.
Telemachus is the son of Odysseus, and Eumaeus is the swineherd of Odysseus.
'Swineherd' is another name for a pig herder.
the swineherds name is Eumaios
Odysseus promises his swineherd, Eumaeus, and Philoetius the cowman each a wife, a grant, and a new house built next to Odysseus' palace. He also says that he will consider both Telemachus's friends and brothers.
All answers are correct(A+)
The first person Odysseus met was Eumaeus his swineherd.
He had several: Philoetius the cowherd; Eumaeus the swineherd; or Eurycleia the nurse.
He reveals himself so that they may help him slaughter the suitors.
A swineherd was responsible for pigs, from their birth to death. Many people kept small numbers of pigs and would tend them themselves, but a nobleman might keep a large group of pigs and employ a swineherd to feed and look after them. Piglets would be born during March and the swineherd would check that each was fit and healthy and feeding from its mother - any sick piglets or runts would go straight to… Read More
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to his loyal servant, Eumaeus, who was the swineherd that first met him. There he tasted the food and he knew he was in Ithaca.
The kidnapping was witnessed by the shepherd Eumolpus and the swineherd Eubuleus; I do not know if they told Demeter this.
Eumaeus, the swineherd was commanded to set the bow and iron axes for the contest.
Odysseus enlists the si of the Swinherd and the cowherd in his battle with the suitors because they recognize him as their master.
No, Polyneices is not a swineherd in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, Polyneices is a Theban prince. He is supposed to be king by alternating years of rule with his twin brother Eteocles. But Eteocles refuses to honor Polyneices' legitimate claims. Polyneices turns for help to Argos, into whose house he marries.
A swineherd was tasked with looking after pigs, feeding them and clearing out the manure which would be used on the fields. By customary right going back to pre-Norman times the swineherd of each manor was expected to raise 15 pigs for killing annually (10 old and 5 younger), in some places more, retaining for himself any animals beyond that set figure. The swineherd was also responsible for doing the slaughtering himself - this was… Read More
I haven't read in a while but I thought he offered them animals, wives to marry, and homes.
Odysseus shows the swineherd Eumaeus and the stockman Philoetius his boar scar that he got on a hunt when young.
The following people helped Odysseus kill the suitors: Telemachus, his son Eumaeus, the swineherd Philoetius, the cow herd
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Athena goes to Telemachus and tells him to return home. She warns him of the suitors' plot to kill him and advises him to stay with the swineherd for a night.
Eumaeus, the swineherd, is Odysseus' trusted servant. While Odysseus is in Troy fighting in the Trojan War and on his many travels in his return home, Eumaeus acts as a father sort of figure to Odysseus' son Telemachus. When Odysseus returns, apart from Athene the goddess, Eumaus is the first person that Odysseus sees, while in his hut, disguised as a old man. He also helps sneak Odysseus into the palace and past the suitors.
Athena disguised Odysseus as an old beggar with her goddess powers. Athena disguised Odysseus as an old beggar with her goddess powers.
To look after pigs, in the same way that a shepherd would look after sheep or a goatherd would look after goats. They killed them for food and they were responsable for them from birth to death.
Yes, he is because he has a relationship with him as a friend before he leaves Ithaca. However, later on it may not seem so, because Eumaeus sees Odysseus after he has been transfigured by Athena.
He tested the Herder by Pretending to be a beggar that has been worn down. He asks of the king (himself) and how he was a great warrior. The Herder did not have any idea that the king was in front of him the whole time.
Do you mean the guy whose cattle Odysseus' men kill? that would be Helios, and he warned them. Or maybe you mean the cowherd that helped Odysseys and the swineherd Eumaeus retake the throne. His name was Philoetius.
Odysseus last stopped in Scheria, home of the Phaecians, before returning home to Ithaca. Or if 'home' means estate, he spends the night in the house of Eumaeus, the swineherd.
Odysseus cries a tear, but wipes it from his eye. Argos perks up at the vistor and wags his tail. He asks the swineherd Eumaeus about the dog, who tells him about Argos. When Argos recognizes Odysseus, he dies.
As far as the reunion of father and son is concerned, we see a key moments in this event in Odyssey 13 and 15. In Odyssey 13, when Odysseus returns to Ithaca, he encountered Athena, who disguises him as a beggar and tells him to go first to the hut of the swineherd Eumaeus. Similarly, in Odyssey 15, Athena visits Telemachus, who has been out searching for his father. The goddess meets him in Lacedaemon… Read More