Sail in Ulysses’ wake all across the Mediterranean, with a few clicks
Thanks to this map, published by ESRI, you can now follow the literally epic (and bumpy, to say the least) ride of Ulysses, as he goes back to Ithaca. And even if the map by itself lacks the proper aesthetic enjoyment of reading the Homeric poem, it is nevertheless not only useful, but surely inspiring.
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