Departure of Ulysses from the Court of Alcinois. - Arrival of the
Ship at Ithaca. – Ulysses carried on Shore by the Phaeacians while
asleep, and left. - His Treasures landed also. - The Ship, while
returning, transformed by Neptune into a Rock. — Dialogue be-
tween Pallas and Ulysses concerning the Destruction of the Suitors.
- Concealment of the Treasures in a Cave. - Transformation of
Ulysses into an Old Man . . . . . . . . .
MEETING OF ULYSSES AND EUMAEU.S.
Hospitable Reception by Eumaeus of Ulysses in the Disguise of a
Beggar. - His Feigned Account of himself - His Promise that
Ulysses shall return. - Supper in the Lodge of Eumaeus. - Strata-
gem of Ulysses to procure a Cloak for the Night . . . .
RETURN OF TELEMACHUS.
*:Q. in a Dream to Telemachus, warning him to re-
turn to Ithaca - His Departure from Lacedaemon, and arrival at
Pylos.-Theoclymenus, an Augur, taken on Board by him at
Pylos. - The Story of Eumaeus related by him to Ulysses. - Ar-
rival of Telemachus at the Coast of Ithaca.-The Ship sent for-
ward to the City, while Telemachus, having committed Theocly-
menus to the Care of his Friend Piraeus, goes to the Lodge of
Eumaeus . • e - • • - - - • • •