"Why are you at odds?" Picture

"Why are you at ODDS with ODYSSEUS, Zeus?"
The end of Athene's first line in E.V. Rieu's translation of Homer's Odyssey, in which she expresses her sympathy and wishes to take action. And throws a pun in as well.
I looked at the same line in different volumes, but it was translated differently; "O Zeus, what do you hold against him now?" sounded waaay too sappy.
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