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Q: why do Odysseus say this? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged
him, the Archer God."
A: Odysseus said it.
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User: why do Odysseus say this? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God."

Weegy: Odysseus said it.
caligun|Points 1291|

User: why does Odysseus say this? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God."

Weegy: Odysseus said it.
caligun|Points 1291|

User: why do Odysseus say this? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God."

Weegy: Odysseus said it.
caligun|Points 1291|

User: Why does Alcinous start the games when he does?

Weegy: When the Colchians, in their pursuit of the Argonauts, arrived in Drepane, and demanded that Jason's lover Medea should be delivered up to them, Alcinous declared that if she was still a virgin she should be restored to them, [ but if she was already the wife of Jason, he would protect her and her husband against the Colchians. ]
liviaa|Points 677|

User: In the Odysssey Why does Alcinous start the games when he does?

Weegy: When the Colchians, in their pursuit of the Argonauts, arrived in Drepane, and demanded that Jason's lover Medea should be delivered up to them, Alcinous declared that if she was still a virgin she should be restored to them, [ but if she was already the wife of Jason, he would protect her and her husband against the Colchians. ]
liviaa|Points 677|

User: Who says the following and why? Hear me, my lords and captains of Phaeacia! Let Demodocus rest his ringing lyre now— this song he sings can hardly please us all.

Weegy: "Hear me, my lords and captains of Phaeacia! Let Demodocus rest his ringing lyre now? this song he sings can hardly please us all" was said by Alcinous in The Odyssey Book 8 from John McIlvain. [smile]
glena|Points 65|

User: Who says the following and why? "Who would fight his friend? He'd have to be good-for-nothing, senseless, yes, to challenge his host and come to grips in games, in a far-off land at that."

Weegy: Odysseus is challenging everyone except Laodamas.
karenlohman|Points 120|

User: In the Odyssey What are the three plans do the Trojans have regarding the horse?

Weegy: The 3 plans for the Trojan horse were: leave it as an offering, throw it off a cliff, or run it through with swords.
cha97mw|Points 1147|

User: Who says the following and why? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God."

Weegy: Odysseus said it.
caligun|Points 1291|

User: In the Odyssey Why does Alcinous start the games when he does?

Weegy: When the Colchians, in their pursuit of the Argonauts, arrived in Drepane, and demanded that Jason's lover Medea should be delivered up to them, Alcinous declared that if she was still a virgin she should be restored to them, [ but if she was already the wife of Jason, he would protect her and her husband against the Colchians. ]
liviaa|Points 677|

User: Who says the following and why? Well, I warn you, you won't get home yourself, you'll stay right there, trapped with all the rest. But wait, I can save you, free you from that great danger

Weegy: As I am unfamiliar with that Poem this is the best information I could come across on it:
lizabeth423|Points 0|

User: In the Odyssey Who says the following and why? Well, I warn you, you won't get home yourself, you'll stay right there, trapped with all the rest. But wait, I can save you, free you from that great danger

Weegy: As I am unfamiliar with that Poem this is the best information I could come across on it:
lizabeth423|Points 0|

User: In the Odyssey What mistake does Odysseus make?

Weegy: He angers Polyphemus so he puts a curse on Odysseus. Poseidon was very angered with Odysseus causing much hardship on the journey home.
selymi|Points 12182|

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