In Greek mythology, Nestor of Gerênia was the son of Neleus, the King of Pylos, and Chloris. He became king after Heracles killed Neleus and all of Nestor's brothers and sisters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nestor (mythology)"
Odyssèus Laërtiádēs (Greek: ', 'son of Laertes'), or simply Odysseus, is a character in Greek mythology, known as Ulysses or Ulixes in Roman mythology. His name means "son of pain" according to Homer, or more likely, from Greek οδηγός: odēgós, "a guide; the one showing the way"; it may also mean "pain" in the sense "the one inflicting and suffering pain" - ironically nearly always he suffers pain in return if he inflicts pain on some one and vice versa - mental and/or physical. ...more on Wikipedia about "Odysseus"
::For other uses of the name, see Penelope (disambiguation). ...more on Wikipedia about "Penelope"
In Greek mythology, Phemius, or Phêmios was an Ithacan singer who was forced to help the suitors against Penelope. ...more on Wikipedia about "Phemius"
(Pisistratus) Peisistratos is the name of a major Athenian ruler, as well as a minor character in the Odyssey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pisistratus"
In Greek mythology, Polites referred to two different people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Polites"
Polyphemus ( transliterated as Polyphemos in Robert Fitzgerald's translation), a character in Greek Mythology, is a Cyclops, the one-eyed son of Poseidon and Thoosa. He also plays a pivotal role in Homer's Odyssey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Polyphemus"
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Telemachus (also transliterated as Telemachos or Telémakhos; literally, "far-away fighter") is a figure in Greek mythology, the son of Odysseus and Penelope. His part in the saga of Odysseus was described by Homer in the epic poems of the Iliad and the Odyssey, in which his part of the story is often portrayed as a passage into manhood from childhood. In particular, the first four books of the Odyssey are sometimes referred to as the Telemachy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Telemachus"
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