So Ulysses, guessing where the youth was, disguised himself as a merchant, and went with his wares to the palace of scyros.
He represented in pantomimic dance the scene of Achilles in the island of scyros.
Henceforth my island of scyros, though it be rocky and small, shall content me.
Then Ulysses disguised himself as a merchant and journeyed to scyros.
My great-grandfather went to scyros the 293 next day, and remained there five years.
There is excellent sense in the fable of Achilles in the island of scyros.
They buried him at night, carrying his body by torchlight to an olive grove on the isle of scyros, a mile inland on the heights.
Odysseus went to the island of scyros to invite Neoptolemus to the army.
On his return found his kingdom usurped, and, retiring to scyros, was treacherously killed by Lycomedes.
To prevent his hearing anything about the war, she persuaded him to visit the King of scyros.