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  • The 12 Labors of Hercules Lucia Barbon
  • "I think hercules might steal my crown. I hate him so much"
  • Yeah good idea!
  • I hate him too, lets make 12 labors to do and tell him if he does them he'll be immortal.
  • Oracle should I believe them and do the 12 labors?I think they're lying and I won't become immortal.
  • I think you should do them because you never know it might work out well.
  • I'm glad I did the 12 labors because now I'm immortal and have had great adventures, discovered true friends and got rid of a bunch of nasty critters.
  • Hercules' cousin, Eury thought Hercules was going to steal his crown. One day Eury and Hera were talking about how much they hate Hercules and came up with the 12 labors. Hercules had completed the 12 Labors so he would earn his immortality, or so Hera promised. Hercules wasn't dumb so he asked the the Oracle at Delphi if it was a good idea and the Oracle gave him the go ahead. Hercules not only lived, he had great adventures, discovered true friends, and rid the world of some really nasty critters.
  • The characters, stories, themes and lessons of Greek mythology have shaped art and literature for thousands of years. In Greek mythology, there is no single original text like the Christian Bible or the Hindu Vedas that introduces all of the myths’ characters and stories. Instead, the earliest Greek myths were part of an oral tradition that began in the Bronze Age, and their plots and themes unfolded gradually in the written literature of the archaic and classical periods. Greeks created myths mainly to explain where they came from, how they should live, and how to cope with an uncertain world.
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