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King Acrisius is given an oracle that his grandson, Perseus would kill him. He decides to cast out his daughter, Danae and his grandson, Perseus, to sea in a chest.
Perseus and his mother, Danae, are saved by a fisherman named Dictys. Dictys' brother, Polydectes falls for Danae and wishes to marry her.
Polydectes notes that he would appreciate the head of Medusa as a wedding gift. Perseus offered to pursue the head.
Perseus thankfully has assistance from the gods. Hermes gives him a sword whereas Athena gives him a shield.
Upon his journey home from slaying Medusa and acquiring her head, Perseus sees Andromeda sitting on a rock in Ethiopia. He instant falls in love and marries her.
Danae refuses to marry Polydectes. Rather than marriage, Polydectes meets death after the head of Medusa turns him into stone. King Acrisius also dies, in Argos, when Perseus accidentally throws a discus, hitting him in the head.
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