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Odysseus's Ithaca : The Discovery
 

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Partsch's presentation from 1892 of the present-day island of Thiaki (Homer's Same) and the northern peninsula of Eresos on the island of Cephallonia (marked in gray) and my presentation of Odysseus's Ithaca with the poet's concept of Telemachus's return from Neleian Pylos and Odysseus's return from Troy to Ithaca connected with the designated Ithacan places (marked in blue).

KEY:
1. Port on the first or eastern shore of Ithaca (Sto Chalasmeno Karavi)
2. Harbour of Phorcys on the rear or western shore of Ithaca (Bay of Aghia Jerusalem)
3. Cave of the Naiads
4. Raven's Rock near the Spring of Arethusa (in the valley below the village of Katsarata in Eresos)
5. Hamlet of Laertes (village of Pshilithrias)
5a. Cyclopian wall
6. Artificially-raised spring (loutra)
7. City of Ithaca (Fiscardo)
8. Port of Ithaca (Ormos Fiscardo)
9. Harbour of Reithrus (Bay of Foki)
10. Hill of Nion (Spilovouno)
11. Mount Neriton (mountain range in Eresos)

Asteris    (Dascalio)

A The straits between Ithaca and island Same view from north
B The straits between Ithaca and island Same view from suoth

Telemachus's route
Odysseus's route

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