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Myths and legends of Greece
Medusa - Once Beautiful
In mythology, Medusa is portrayed as a hideous, grotesque and evil figure. With a head covered in snakes, and looking like a decaying corpse, men who looked upon her face were immediately turned to stone. Yet there was a time when Medusa was beautiful.
Perseus And Andromeda - Perseid Dynasty
On his way home, with the head of Medusa safely tucked away in a protective bag, Perseus happened to see a lovely woman chained to a rock by the turbulent seas of Aethiopia.
Perseus And Danae
Seeking help from the Oracle at Delphi, Acrisius was not told what he wanted to hear, that he would have a son, rather, he learned that his own daughter's son would one day kill him.
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In ancient Greek mythology, Satyrs roamed the woods and mountainous regions playing their pipes.
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