1. Odysseus makes a sacrifice to sovereign death and pale Persephone what does this background tell you about Hades?
2. the painting illustrates the descent of Ulysses (Odysseus)into the underworld. how has the artist distinguished between Ulysses and the dead?
3. do you think Odysseus fate will unfold exactly as Tiresias foretells us?

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