The 1st Labor of Hercules

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  • Hercules your first quest is to go kill the great Nemean Lion.
  • The lion was also incredibly smart. Many hunter tried to poison meat and leave it our for the lion that never worked. The lion ate the hunters instead.
  • This was not no ordinary lion this lion this lion had huge teeth and could not be hurt by arrows.
  • Hercules was immensely strong. He killed the lion by strangling it to death
  • After Hercules killed the lion he made a coat out of the lion and a helmet of the lions head. Once the town heard what he did they all ran out and thanked him.
  • Hercules completed the quest but the emperor was really scared he would not come outside unless he knew the thing was really dead.
  • My myth was about a Greek demigod named Hercules. He was the sun of Zeus and he wanted to be immortal. So in order for him to become he had to do 12 quests the first one is the battle with the Nemean Lion. The Nemean Lion was a great and powerful lion that was smart. He was not harmed by arrows and hercules went in there and strangled it and then walked out with the lions head as a helmet. The people then are then cheering and the emperor then is scared when Hercules came back. He thought the lion was still alive. It is just one of the quests but what I take from it is that anything is possible and that even if someone give you a impossible quest then you should try it. Any thing could be possible but you have to try first. The Greeks and many other people wondered how the world came to be. Myths were there way of explaining the world. They were not at the same level of science as we are now. The only way they could explain stuff like thunderstorms and wants die and grow. So they used Myths about gods. Some of the things that happened in the world were so powerful that they thought it must have been gods. Some myths however were based on real people and most were not but they were told all over greek civilization. However they also told story of important life lessons that people can learn from.
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