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No! She is gone!
Orpheus the great musician is about to get married when all of a sudden his love Eurydice gets bite by a snake and dies. He tries to save her but it is to late, Eurydice, dies.
Orpheus becomes very sad, so sad that he decides to go down to Hades. He finally gets there. He then plays his great music, Hades is moved by this and decides to let Eurydice leave with him. Only if Orpheus were to walk up and out of Hades without turning around to look at Eurydice.
Don't fly to high!
Orpheus walks all the way to the top, the whole way thinking Hades had tricked him. When he was about to take his last step out he turned around. Eurydice then vanished from his eyes. After that he was very sad. His music was even better now. He never talked to anyone. This angered the god Dionysus, so he sent the women of Thrace to kill Dionysus. Now Orpheuses spirit walks with Eurydice for ever.
Minos locks Theseus and his son Icarus in the labyrinth. They then escape and gather feathers to make artificial wings and escape from the isolated place. Theseus then makes the wings and they work. He then teaches his son to fly. He tells him don't fly to high or the wax will melt. And don't fly to low and the moisture from the water will damage the wings.
Icarus flies to high and the wax melts.
Icarus fall to his death. Theseus picks up Icarus and flies him to a island. He names the island Icarus. Theseus makes it out alive and lives.
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