Greek Mythology

Greek Mythology
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  • Hercules set off to get the golden apples  of Zeus in a garden at the northern edge of the world.
  • He came upon Prometheus and killed the eagle that had been tourturing him. In return, Prometheus told him the secret to getting the apples. 
  • Hercules traveled and traveled until he came to the garden, encasing the titan Atlas and was guarded by the Hesperides and Ladon.
  • Hercules asked Atlas to get the apples for him while he took his place holding the sky for a bit.
  • Atlas did not want to take the sky back, so Hercules slyly asked him to take it back just for a moment while he put padding on his shoulders. Atlas agreed. 
  • As soon as Atlas took the sky back, Hercules ran off with the apples in tow, towards King Eurythesus and completed the task. The apples were eventually returned to the garden by the goddess, Athena.
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