|From the story - The Odyssey|
|Of the tradition - Greek Oral Poetry|
|Role in story - Suitor to Penelope, enemy of Odysseus|
Amphinomus is a suitor of Penelope's. Among the dozens of suitors, he is the only decent man seeking Penelope's hand in marriage. Amphinomus sometimes speaks up for Odysseus and Telemachus, but he is killed like the rest of the suitors in the final fight.
Ithaca Residents: Odysseus - Telemachus - Penelope - Eumaeus - Eurycleia -