Perseus Part 1

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This is half of the Perseus myth

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  • Perseus' life was a very interesting one, full of adventures. He was the son of the god Zeus and Danae. His reputation and character quickly turned him into a local hero of Argos (a place in Peloponese, Greece). Arcisius.
  • We can help you Perseus.
  • Desperately seeking a solution that would pose no danger to his life, he made up his mind. He had a wooden ark built for his daughter and his grandson, and he immediately ordered the two of them to be placed in it and to be set adrift at sea.
  • Perseus answered that if it was necessary, he would bring the head of Medusa, the Gorgon, to him; Medusa was a fearsome monster, who turned to stone anyone who would be unlucky to stare her in the eyes.
  • Perseus set forth on his adventure to get Medusa's head. The Gods, of course, who loved to intervene in the affairs of mortals, would not leave Perseus helpless. Both Athena and Hermes set out to help Perseus with this challenge.
  • The King agreed and asked Perseus to bring him the head of the Medusa, otherwise, he would take his mother by force.
  • Perseus cut off the head of Medusa the Gorgon and, placed it in the bag and set for home.
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