Not yet, but if they show, here is where they will be:
Image: Paliki
Robert Bittlestone
The low-lying peninsula of Paliki, seen in this view from Kastelli, was once a separate island. In a new book, amateur archaeologist Robert Bittlestone claims that it was the site of ancient Ithaca, home of Odysseus in Homer's "Odyssey."
On this website you can learn more about this extraordinary discovery. You can find out how the breakthrough was made and learn about the book that has been written to describe it: Odysseus Unbound: The Search for Homer's Ithaca. You can read the latest news about the project since the book went to press and hear about the technology that is being used to unravel this detective trail of literary, geological and archaeological clues. If you are a geologist, a classicist or an archaeologist yourself, or an expert with other skills that you believe might help us, we would like to hear from you. And if you are an individual or an organisation who would like to consider funding some part of this remarkable journey of discovery, the Contact pages will tell you how to get in touch.

Odysseus' island is no longer a fantasy. Over a century after Schliemann uncovered Troy, this breakthrough will revolutionise our understanding of Homer's texts and our cultural ancestors in Bronze Age Greece.
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Maybe there are images in the book: