Ulysses

Ulysses features in Roman mythology as the Latin form of Odysseus in Greek mythology, the name of the king of Ithaca who was well-known for his cunning, brilliance, resourcefulness, and versatility. It was he who came up with the plan for the Trojan horse, ending the ten year-long war, but his pride also cost him another ten years…

Odyssia

Odyssia is the feminine form of Odysseus, the name of a famous Greek hero in Greek mythology. The etymology of Odysseus is uncertain. It’s been linked to Greek odússomai meaning “to hate” or “to be angry” from Proto-Indo-European root *h₃ed- (to hate), though it’s also possible that derives from a Pre-Greek origin. The word odyssey which refers to a long voyage…

Odysseus

Odysseus is the name of the king of Ithaca who was well-known for his cunning, brilliance, resourcefulness, and versitility. It was he who came up with the plan for the Trojan horse, ending the ten year-long war, but his pride also cost him another ten years before he finally made it back home. Odysseus was…