Odysseus Unbound - The Search for Homer’s Ithaca
Odysseus Unbound book

The Book - Greek Edition

Odysseus Unbound: The Search for Homer’s Ithaca

This page documents the Greek edition of 2007: click here for the English edition of 2005.

Published by Ekdoseis Polytropon, Athens. Rony Ganiari, +30 210 3634780.

Publication date: December 21 2007. 641 pages, 346 colour illustrations
Authors: Robert Bittlestone, with James Diggle and John Underhill

Translated by Elias Toumasatos and updated with a new Preface and Sequel
ISBN: 978-960-8354-76-0 (hardback). ISBN 978-960-8354-75-3 (paperback).

'This curious, spellbinding book is a masterpiece of writing for the general public. The geological argument in particular is first-class and leaves me in no doubt about the possibility of the theory being proposed.'

Professor Tjeerd van Andel, Honorary Professor in Earth History, Quaternary Science and Geo-archaeology, University of Cambridge.

'This book is a gem. Its reconstruction of prehistoric Ithaca has a convincingly Homeric 'look and feel' to it. Reading the Odyssey is unlikely ever to be the same again.'

Professor Gregory Nagy, Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature, Harvard University and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington DC.

Click here to read other reviews.

Read the new Preface to the Greek Edition (in English)

Read the new Sequel to the Greek Edition (in English)

Click here for a 2-sided A4 leaflet (Greek)