Search: Quiz 8 (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 Theoclymenus, the son of Polypheides "whom Apollo gave / the best prophetic skill of any mortal," joins Telemachus and his crew as they sail from Pylos back to Ithaca. This Theoclymenus Sees a hawk with a pigeon and interprets sight as an omen that affirms the power of Telemachus' family in Ithaca. Finds refuge with Telemachus even though he had killed a member of his family and was on the run. Leaves the company of the suitors when they threaten to throw him out of the house because he claims the house is full of ghosts. Tells Penelope that Odysseus is already in Ithaca and plotting the destruction of the suitors. First to recognize Odysseus in spite of his disguise as a beggar without the assistance of the gods is Telemachus Argos Eurycleia Melanthios In response to an act of kindness Odysseus (still disguised as a beggar) warns one of the suitors who seems "intelligent" about the imminent return of Odysseus and suggests that he return home because "there will be blood." This suitor, who "saw / the danger in his mind," was Amphinomus Eurymachus Ctesippus Agelaus Athena inspires Penelope to appear before the suitors and then "gave her gifts of godlike power / to make the men astonished when they saw her." The goal of this appearance was for Penelope to Gain the respect of Telemachus and Odysseus. Increase the desire of the suitors for her. Give advice to Telemachus about consorting with the suitors. Insist that the suitors properly court her by bringing food and "fine gifts" to her instead of consuming "what is not theirs." Autolycus, Anticleia's father, gave Odysseus his name which means "disliked by many." "known for many clever tricks and lies." "a complicated man." "roaming through many cities, many dangers."