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23 June 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:50 . . (0). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Type scenes in Homer's Odyssey: made image smaller so it does not take up as much space)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:49 . . (+181). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Type scenes in Homer's Odyssey: adding image of illustration showing Odysseus and Eurykleia)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:42 . . (+193). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Influences on the Odyssey: adding image of terracotta plaque from the Lourve showing Humbaba)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:38 . . (+11). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Influences on the Odyssey: disambiguating folk tale to fairy tale, which is the closest item on the disambiguation page to what I am referring to)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:36 . . (+53). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(moving painting of Penelope testing Odysseus down to the "Testing" section where there is more space for it and enlarging images that were too small to see clearly)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:26 . . (+1,382). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Influences on the Odyssey: The idea that the cyclops was derived from the Greeks seeing elephant skulls is imaginative. A more probable explanation is that the part about Polyphemos having one eye was invented to explain how he was so easily blinded.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Odyssey‎; 00:05 . . (+270). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Structure: revised wording; added citation to support statement of Book 24 having been written at a later date)

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