C., close to noon local time, according to astronomical references in the epic poem that seem to pinpoint the total eclipse of the sun on the day that Odysseus supposedly returned on.The "Odyssey" is a millennia-old epic said to be composed by the blind poet Homer.More recently, astronomers Carl Schoch and Paul Neugebauer computed in the 1920s that a total solar eclipse occurred over the Ionian islands — of which Ithaca is one — about noon on April 16, 1178 B.C., and would have coincided roughly a decade before the most often cited estimate for the sack of Troy — about 1190 B. Still, a great deal of skepticism remains over whether Theoclymenus refers to this or any eclipse.They have to have more than one at all times just in case one of them gets tiring or some silly reason.However the other party can not get mad that this is happening because you guys "are not dating" or "are not exclusive." The world in which we now live has so many unwritten and unspoken rules when it comes to relationships it is very hard to keep up.Odysseus is told to watch the Pleiades and late-setting Boötes and keep the Great Bear to his left.
"The Bachelor and Bachelorette" follows one boy or girl on their journey to find love, but they are "dating" 20 to 25 people until they find the one.All you're doing is not talking about having actual feelings towards one another.Introducing the person you like to other people has become more and more complicated due to the fact that no one ever wants a label.Tinder has also tried to make it easier for people to date except people now miss use it to find more than one person to date or not date at a time.Going out on dates is also not a real thing anymore. Remember the days of when you dreamed of walking down the stairs, with someone holding flowers at the bottom waiting for you to go out to dinner?In the epic "Odyssey," one of the cornerstones of Western literature, the legendary Greek hero Odysseus returns to his queen Penelope after enduring 10 years of sailing the wine dark sea.