Greek Mythology~Punishment

Greek Mythology~Punishment

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  • *Makes a never-ending water supply for Corinth* Where is she?
  • Aegina! Aegina!
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  • Asopus! I know where Aegina is! I solemnly swear to tell you, but only if you do as I wish-make a never-ending water supply for my kingdom, Corinth!
  • Asopus(son of Poseidon), was looking for his lost daughter, Aegina, when the god Sisyphus came along. Sisyphus would promise to tell Asopus where his daughter was, if Asopus had made a never-ending water supply for his kingdom, Corinth. As he promised, Sisypus told Asopus that the god Zeus had taken his daughter.
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  • The god Zeus has taken her!
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  • Asopus went to Zeus, enraged. He did have Aegina, but Zeus fended Asopus off with his lightning bolts. Asopus then sought revenge on sisypus.
  • Keep off, Asopus! Never come back!
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  • I shall get you for this, Sisyphus!
  • Then, to punish Sisypus for his betrayal, Zeus sent Thanatos after him(Death). In some miraculous way, Sisypus managed to outwit Death.(in one theory, he asked Thanatos how a pair of handcuffs worked, and then locked them on Death, or he used some other trickery to get Death trapped in chains).
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