Atalanta--Greek myth

Atalanta--Greek myth

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  • Poor Atalanta has been abandoned by her father, King Iasus. We will let her live with us.
  • It is a good thing that mother bear kept her warm.
  • Hi, I'm Atalanta. I heard you were going to kill a ferocious wild boar. Can I help you?
  • Thanks Prince Meleager!
  • Sure! Of course you can join us!
  • But she's a woman!
  • But she's a woman!
  • Wow! Atalanta shot the boar before any of us!
  • She wins the prize: The boar's head!
  • My daughter is super brave and bold!
  • I never should have given my daughter up! 
  • Yikes! Atalanta's fast... But I really want to marry her! It's a good thing Aphrodite gave me, Hippomenes, these golden apples to distract her!
  • I will hold a race. If you can beat me, then I will marry you. But if you lose, then you will DIE!
  • What's this?
  • In the end, Atalanta didn't mind marrying Hippomenes, because he was such a clever and handsome young man. And they all lived happily ever after... THE END
  • Yes! I'm ahead of her! Now I can win the race and marry her!
  • I want to marry her!
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