Search: Quiz 5 (Fall 2018) For the following five questions, more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answer that most fully or accurately completes the sentence and captures the significance of the question. Name Eurycleia was A slave whom Laertes, Telemachus' grandfather, had purchased when she was very young for twenty oxen. The slave who informed the suitors that Penelope was unraveling the winding sheet at night which she was weaving as a funerary shroud for Laertes. The daughter of Ops and Telemachus' grandmother, who objects to Telemachus' plans to travel abroad and seek information about Odysseus. A slave in whose guise Athena appears to comfort Penelope after she hears "her son's uneasy words" and returns to her room. At Telemachus' urging, Nestor provides further information about what happened to Agamemon. Telemachus learns that Agamemnon and Menelaus argued about whether to set sail immediately after the fall of Troy or first try to appease Athena's wrath. Agamemnon had left a poet behind to protect Clytemnestra but Aegisthus had left the poet to "be eaten / by birds, abandoned on a desert island.:" Aegisthus reigned in Mycenae with Clytemnestra for seven years until Orestes returned from Athens and killed Aegisthus and "his own hated mother." Aegisthus "succeeded far beyond his hopes," staying behing in Argos, seducing Clytemnestra, and killing Agamemnon upon his return from Troy. To accompany Telemachus on his journey from Pylos to Sparta, Nestors sends Thrasymedes. Pisistratus. Aretus. Stratius. At the time of Telemachus' arrival in Sparta, Menelaus "was sitting with his sons and companions, / putting the meat on spits and roasting it / for dinner." Eteoneus, Menelaus' guard, tells them to come back at another time. Menelaus and Helen were celebrating the wedding of Megapenthes, Menelaus' son by a slave, to Alector's daughter. Hermione, Helen and Menelaus' daughter, was about to depart on a journey Phthia. Your new question! In Sparta Telemachus hears that Proteus saw Odysseus "crying, shedding floods of tears / upon Calypso's island, in her chambers," where Calypso has trapped him without a ship and crew. Odysseus once infiltrated Troy in the guise of a "poor old beggar," killed a number of Trojans, and "brought useful intelligence to tell the Greeks." Odyssey prevented Menelaus, Diomedes, and Anticlus from speaking out and revealing their hidding place in the Trojan horse when Helen "put on different voice for each man's wife." Menelaus misses Odysseus more than any other of his companions because "no one labored like him."