Ulysse 31, „Odysseus 31“) ist eine von DiC France, Tokyo Movie Shinsha, FR3 und RTL TVI koproduzierte japanisch-französische Zeichentrickserie aus dem Jahr. Odysseus Die Legende des Odysseus, ins Jahrhundert versetzt. Odysseus treibt verschollen mit seinem Raumschiff durchs Weltall, begleitet von seinem. Anime Informationen. Anime: Odysseus Japanisch Uchu Densetsu Ulysses 宇宙伝説ユリシーズ
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Relatively little is given of Odysseus' background other than that according to Pseudo-Apollodorus, his paternal grandfather or step-grandfather is Arcesius , son of Cephalus and grandson of Aeolus , while his maternal grandfather is the thief Autolycus , son of Hermes  and Chione.
Hence, Odysseus was the great-grandson of the Olympian god Hermes. According to the Iliad and Odyssey , his father is Laertes  and his mother Anticlea , although there was a non-Homeric tradition   that Sisyphus was his true father.
The majority of sources for Odysseus' pre-war exploits—principally the mythographers Pseudo-Apollodorus and Hyginus —postdate Homer by many centuries.
Two stories in particular are well known:. When Helen is abducted, Menelaus calls upon the other suitors to honour their oaths and help him to retrieve her, an attempt that leads to the Trojan War.
Odysseus tries to avoid it by feigning lunacy, as an oracle had prophesied a long-delayed return home for him if he went.
He hooks a donkey and an ox to his plow as they have different stride lengths, hindering the efficiency of the plow and some modern sources add starts sowing his fields with salt.
Palamedes , at the behest of Menelaus' brother Agamemnon , seeks to disprove Odysseus' madness and places Telemachus , Odysseus' infant son, in front of the plow.
Odysseus veers the plow away from his son, thus exposing his stratagem. Odysseus and other envoys of Agamemnon travel to Scyros to recruit Achilles because of a prophecy that Troy could not be taken without him.
By most accounts, Thetis , Achilles' mother, disguises the youth as a woman to hide him from the recruiters because an oracle had predicted that Achilles would either live a long uneventful life or achieve everlasting glory while dying young.
Odysseus cleverly discovers which among the women before him is Achilles when the youth is the only one of them to show interest in examining the weapons hidden among an array of adornment gifts for the daughters of their host.
Odysseus arranges further for the sounding of a battle horn, which prompts Achilles to clutch a weapon and show his trained disposition.
With his disguise foiled, he is exposed and joins Agamemnon's call to arms among the Hellenes. Odysseus is one of the most influential Greek champions during the Trojan War.
Along with Nestor and Idomeneus he is one of the most trusted counsellors and advisors. He always champions the Achaean cause, especially when others question Agamemnon's command, as in one instance when Thersites speaks against him.
When Agamemnon, to test the morale of the Achaeans, announces his intentions to depart Troy, Odysseus restores order to the Greek camp.
Along with two other envoys, he is chosen in the failed embassy to try to persuade Achilles to return to combat. When Hector proposes a single combat duel, Odysseus is one of the Danaans who reluctantly volunteered to battle him.
Telamonian Ajax "The Greater" , however, is the volunteer who eventually fights Hector. Odysseus aids Diomedes during the night operations to kill Rhesus , because it had been foretold that if his horses drank from the Scamander River , Troy could not be taken.
After Patroclus is slain, it is Odysseus who counsels Achilles to let the Achaean men eat and rest rather than follow his rage-driven desire to go back on the offensive—and kill Trojans—immediately.
Eventually and reluctantly , he consents. During the funeral games for Patroclus , Odysseus becomes involved in a wrestling match with Ajax "The Greater" and foot race with Ajax "The Lesser," son of Oileus and Nestor 's son Antilochus.
He draws the wrestling match, and with the help of the goddess Athena , he wins the race. Odysseus has traditionally been viewed as Achilles' antithesis in the Iliad :  while Achilles' anger is all-consuming and of a self-destructive nature, Odysseus is frequently viewed as a man of the mean, a voice of reason, renowned for his self-restraint and diplomatic skills.
He is also in some respects antithetical to Telamonian Ajax Shakespeare's "beef-witted" Ajax : while the latter has only brawn to recommend him, Odysseus is not only ingenious as evidenced by his idea for the Trojan Horse , but an eloquent speaker, a skill perhaps best demonstrated in the embassy to Achilles in book 9 of the Iliad.
The two are not only foils in the abstract but often opposed in practice since they have many duels and run-ins. Since a prophecy suggested that the Trojan War would not be won without Achilles , Odysseus and several other Achaean leaders went to Skyros to find him.
Odysseus discovered Achilles by offering gifts, adornments and musical instruments as well as weapons, to the king's daughters, and then having his companions imitate the noises of an enemy's attack on the island most notably, making a blast of a trumpet heard , which prompted Achilles to reveal himself by picking a weapon to fight back, and together they departed for the Trojan War.
The story of the death of Palamedes has many versions. According to some, Odysseus never forgives Palamedes for unmasking his feigned madness and plays a part in his downfall.
One tradition says Odysseus convinces a Trojan captive to write a letter pretending to be from Palamedes. A sum of gold is mentioned to have been sent as a reward for Palamedes' treachery.
Odysseus then kills the prisoner and hides the gold in Palamedes' tent. He ensures that the letter is found and acquired by Agamemnon, and also gives hints directing the Argives to the gold.
This is evidence enough for the Greeks, and they have Palamedes stoned to death. Other sources say that Odysseus and Diomedes goad Palamedes into descending a well with the prospect of treasure being at the bottom.
When Palamedes reaches the bottom, the two proceed to bury him with stones, killing him. When Achilles is slain in battle by Paris , it is Odysseus and Telamonian Ajax who retrieve the fallen warrior's body and armour in the thick of heavy fighting.
During the funeral games for Achilles, Odysseus competes once again with Telamonian Ajax. Thetis says that the arms of Achilles will go to the bravest of the Greeks, but only these two warriors dare lay claim to that title.
The two Argives became embroiled in a heavy dispute about one another's merits to receive the reward. The Greeks dither out of fear in deciding a winner, because they did not want to insult one and have him abandon the war effort.
Nestor suggests that they allow the captive Trojans decide the winner. Enraged and humiliated, Ajax is driven mad by Athena. When he returns to his senses, in shame at how he has slaughtered livestock in his madness, Ajax kills himself by the sword that Hector had given him after their duel.
Together with Diomedes, Odysseus fetches Achilles' son, Pyrrhus , to come to the aid of the Achaeans, because an oracle had stated that Troy could not be taken without him.
A great warrior, Pyrrhus is also called Neoptolemus Greek for "new warrior". Added to Watchlist. Top-Rated Episodes S1.
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Taglines: An epic space odyssey to defy the gods! The three songs of Demodocus illustrate perfectly the two functions of the epic: to sing of warriors made famous for eternity by great deeds of war, and to entertain aristocrats at banquet [ 21 ] in a prosperous society at peace.
After the first banquet given in honor of Odysseus, the bard thus rises Odyssey 8. In particular it was something that had a kleos that reached all the way to the sky in its full breadth.
It was the quarrel between Odysseus and Achilles. In the same way, when he hears Demodocus celebrating the ruse of the Trojan Horse, he can no longer hold back his tears: So these were the things that the singer most famed was singing.
As for Odysseus, he dissolved into tears. He made wet his cheeks with the tears flowing from his eyelids, just as a woman cries, falling down and embracing her dear husband, who fell in front of the city and people he was defending, trying to ward off the pitiless day of doom that is hanging over the city and its children.
She sees him dying, gasping for his last breath, and she pours herself all over him as she wails with a piercing cry. But there are men behind her, prodding her with their spears, hurting her back and shoulders, and they bring for her a life of bondage, which will give her pain and sorrow.
Her cheeks are wasting away with a sorrow that is most pitiful. So also did Odysseus pour out a piteous tear from beneath his brows. Nevertheless, in order to describe great pain, the poet chooses once again to refer to a woman who is suffering.
But the tears, so abundant that they justify this extreme comparison where Odysseus is himself likened to the most vulnerable of victims, [ 29 ] give Odysseus the full dimension of his heroic figure, illuminated by the reminder of his painful exploits.
The poetic words are also entertaining: Thus sang the bard, and both Odysseus and the seafaring Phaeacians were charmed as they heard him.
The song of the bard restores a trajectory of possible return for Odysseus. But the ties that the hero maintains with poetry are much more profound and essential.
He is one of the Achaeans most celebrated by the bards Odyssey 8. The Sirens evoke this same glory of Odysseus, the hero of Troy, using terms from the Iliad.
Just as Achilles, withdrawn from combat, enjoys playing the cithara and singing the deeds of heroes Iliad 9. It is as if, between the hero ransacking cities and the bard at the lyre, there exists an obligatory complementarity.
In this other world—the city of Scheria—which is not one of war, Odysseus regains access to his heroic path thanks to poetic song; his tears are those of a hero who remembers.
It is as if, among the Phaeacians, his tears are another way for him to recall the valor in his limbs, a means to rediscover his identity.
The art of the bard—first hearing it and then practicing it himself—is an obligatory transition from the complete, non-heroic anonymity to which he had been reduced in his wanderings to the all-powerful state he embodies at the end of the Odyssey , when he lands in Ithaca as much conqueror of Troy as king.
For Menelaus, another veteran of Troy, even when filled with all the prosperity of his kingdom, does he not cry? Specifically over his memories of Troy and his comrades in arms?
In times of peace, the ability to cry while under the influence of poetic song acts, for the hero, like an extension of his ability to fight during times of war.
By the feats he has accomplished, Odysseus has proven himself worthy of royalty and worthy of his wife; in the context of heroic qualification, his tears are possible.
During the mids, there was a court ruling against the international producers of Ulysses 31 Haim Saban due to copyright infringement via Lucasfilm Ltd.
Under the hearing, it was deemed that existing prints of the show could use this piece of music after damages were paid.
Subsequent soundtrack releases would later omit that theme as royalties would have to go to their respective owners of that music.
The actual version used in the series is a disco remix of 'the battle in the snow' cue taken from the inch vinyl album Meco Plays Music from the Empire Strikes Back released in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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