Prometheus

Prometheus
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  • Prometheus Creates Man
  • "...Prometheus, the clever Titan, created mortal men out of clay and water."
  • Man Learns How to Survive
  • "The clever Titan taught his frail creatures how to build houses of wood and brick..."
  • The Flood
  • "The heart of the clever Titan flooded first with pity, then with wrath, and finally, with cunning resolve."
  • Prometheus, like many other myths, a god Creates man.
  • Zeus is Tricked
  • "How dare you deceive the Greatest of the Immortals!"
  • Prometheus teaches all of his people how to live and survive in the wilderness, this act can still represent the cration of man.
  • Prometheus Steals Fire Back
  • "Most crafty rebel! How dare you steal fire for your frail creatures after I have forbidden them to use it!"
  • In the picture, Zeus floods the Earth to get rid of all of Prometheus' people, floods in myths help symbolize a new beginning and a fresh start to life.
  • Prometheus is Punished
  • Prometheus tricks Zeus by hiding the meat and bones of the ox beneath all of the animals fat. This begins tension between two gods.
  • The tension between the two gods continues as Zeus catches Prometheus stealing his fire back to give it back to the humans.
  • After Zeus catches Prometheus, he sends him far north to be chained. This action will soon end the feud between Zeus and Prometheus forever.
  • "For the sun will play with you by day, roasting roasting you with its blazing rays, and the wind will play with you by night battering you with its icy blasts."
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