Scylla: a horrendous monster with six heads extended on elongated necks
Charybdis: a terrible creature that takes the form of a devouring whirlpool
Helius: god of the sun
Odysseus’ men, having left the Underworld, arrived once more on Circe’s isle, Aeaea. There they immediately set about retrieving and burning Elpenor’s body, as his spirit had requested. Circe met Odysseus and crew down by their ship, and pulled Odysseus aside to advise...
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