"Under the guise of showing Perdix the view from the top of Athena's temple on the Acropolis, he pushed Perdix off the roof, (Mythology and Me 148)."
"Daedalus took refuge with King Minos on the island of Crete. Even though he came as an outcast, Minos treated him with great respect, (Mythology and Me 148)."
"When Minos learned of Theseus escape, he blamed Daedalus. As punishment, he imprisoned Daedalus and his son, Icarus, in the Labyrinth, (Mythology and Me 149)."
"If you fly too low, the waves will soak your dragging feathers and make them too heavy. If you fly too high, the sun will scorch your feathers and melt their wax, (Mythology and Me 149)."
"When Icarus felt sure of his wings, he shed his fears and began to fly more courageously. in his eagerness to reach the sky, he boldly deserted his guide and soared higher and higher until he approached shining helious's chariot, (Mythology and Me 150)."
"Minos demanded that Cocalus surrender Daedalus to him immediately, (Mythology and me 151)." "After the death of Minos, Daedalus remained in Sicily for many years, (Mythology and me 151)."