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Orpheus is madly in love with a nymph named Eurydice. At their wedding, she is bitten by a snake and dies.
Orpheus goes to the underworld to get Eurydice back. Hades agreed to his command under one condition. If Orpheus turned back to see Eurydice, she will stay in the underworld forever. Orpheus looked back, and Eurydice returned to the underworld.
Orpheus returned to earth, depressed. The woman of Thrace killed Orpheus, and he went to the underworld with Eurydice. Now, they walk together forever.
Daedalus' son, Icarus, wanted to escape the labyrinth. Daedalus built wings for Icarus out of feathers and wax.
Daedalus told Icarus to not fly too high, or the wax will melt, and not fly too low because the fog out clog the feathers.
Icarus plunges into the ocean and dies. Daedalus carries Icarus back to Sicily, and puts his wings up as a sacrifice to the god Apollo.
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