The Odysseus Unbound Foundation is managed by a Steering Committee of our six Trustees and other experts.
Ithaca’s harbour is visible from Odysseus’ palace and is deep, according to Homer. The Livadi Marsh was under water in the Late Bronze Age and is directly below Kastelli … Read More
The palace of Odysseus is central to the story. Kastelli closely matches the many clues in the Odyssey to the layout and location of the palace and city … Read More
Odysseus lands on Ithaca at Phorcys Bay. Homer writes that it has two long headlands jutting out to sea. Atheras Bay on the north coast of Paliki fits that description perfectly… Read More
How you can help We need to raise £125,000 for the next two years of geoscientific and archaeological fieldwork and research. We are optimistic we can soon bring the current stage of the Odysseus Unbound project to a significant and … Read More
An extensive programme of research has been underway since 2003 2003: The Odysseus Unbound project begins. 2005: Publication of ‘Odysseus Unbound: The Search for Homer’s Ithaca’ documenting the basis for the theory, identifying candidate locations matching the landscape described in the … Read More
Key Locations on Paliki