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Source – Open Culture

Odysseus was either clubbed on the head or high on hashish (better known as the devil’s lettuce), but clearly his navigation skills were neither a talent or strength.

The Odyssey, one of Homer’s two great epics, narrates Odysseus’?long, strange trip home after the?Trojan war. During their ten-year journey,?Odysseus and his men had to overcome divine and natural forces, from battering storms and winds to difficult encounters with the Cyclops Polyphemus, the cannibalistic Laestrygones,?the witch-goddess Circe and the rest. And they took a most circuitous route, bouncing all over the Mediterranean, moving first down to Crete and Tunisia. Next over to Sicily, then off toward Spain, and back to Greece again.