|From the story - The Odyssey|
|Of the tradition - Greek Oral Poetry|
|Role in story - Nymph who falls in love with Odysseus|
Calypso is the beautiful nymph who falls in love with Odysseus when he lands on her island-home of Ogygia. Calypso holds him prisoner there for seven years until Hermes, the messenger god, persuades her to let him go.
Origin of nameEdit
- Calypso = to hide
Ithaca Residents: Odysseus - Telemachus - Penelope - Eumaeus - Eurycleia -