Odysseus is a powerful king and a skilled warrior. He also has many adventures during his journey home. He is known for his cunning and resourcefulness, as well as his loyalty to his family and friends.
His name means “wanderer” or “troublemaker.” He was born to King Laertes and Queen Anticleia. The Greek gods Athena and Poseidon were also said to be his parents.
He was born sometime between 800 B.C.E. and 700 B.C.E., although it’s hard to know exactly when he lived because there are no records about him from that time period. The only information we have about him comes from Homer’s epic poem, the Odyssey, which was written down some time around 750 B.C.E., but may have been passed down orally for hundreds of years before that time (the Odyssey).
Odysseus was the King of Ithaca, who ruled over an island in the Aegean Sea with his wife, Penelope (Penny). They had at least one son together named Telemachus (Tel). Odysseus had another son named Telamon by one of Penelope’s maids named Melantho. The name Odysseus means “trouble,” and it’s likely that this was given to him because he caused so many problems for others while trying to return home after fighting in the Trojan War.