If you want to study a little bit more about Odyssey and its great poet, Homer, you may visit the following resources. I have listed also some beautiful and very informative resources in Greek.


#ROB ROY #ANIMATION. (2017, Jan 4). The Odyssey animation [Video]. YouTube.
Description: A funny flash animation version of Homers’ The Odyssey.

CrashCourse. (2014, February 27). A Long and Difficult Journey, or The Odyssey: Crash Course Literature 201.
Description: John Green teaches audience about Homer’s Odyssey.

SparkNotes. (2011, May 25). Video SparkNotes: Homer’s The Odyssey summary [Video]. YouTube.
Description: Synopsis, analysis, and discussion of major characters and themes in Odyssey.

TED-Ed. (2017, January 30). Everything you need to know to read Homer’s “Odyssey” – Jill Dash. YouTube.
Description: Jill Dash shares everything you need to know to read Homer’s Odyssey.


Ancient Literature. (n.d.). The Odyssey – Homer – Homers epic poem – Summary.
Description: A summary of the epic poem and an analysis of the basic characters.

Course Hero. (2016, July 28). The Odyssey Study Guide.
Description: A study guide of the Odyssey.

The eNotes Blog. (2015, June 24). Infographic: Death in The Odyssey.
Description: It is an infographic of Odyssey’s crewmen that lost during the journey.

The Internet Classics Archive by Daniel C. Stevenson. (1994-2009). The Odyssey By Homer.
Description: A translation of Odyssey.

West Des Moines Public Library. (2020, December 14). A 9th Grade Project on THE ODYSSEY.
Description: Students created literary playlists that capture the essence of the themes and phases of characters from The Odyssey in modern song.

Websites in Greek

thinglink. (2021). ΤΟ ΤΑΞΙΔΙ ΤΟΥ ΟΔΥΣΣΕΑ διαδραστικός χάρτης Οδύσσειας / THE JOURNEY OF ODYSSEUS interactive map of Odyssey.
Description: Interactive map of Odysseus’s journey in “thingLink” with description and narration in Greek.

Φωτόδεντρο / Picture tree. (n.d.) Ομηρικά Έπη, Οδύσσεια / Homeric Epics, Odyssey | Ομηρικά Έπη, Ιλιάδα / Homeric Epics, Iliad.
Description: 7th graders in Greece are taught excerpts from the Odyssey and 8th graders excerpts from the Iliad in courses spanning a whole year. These are their books.