Greek Gods and Heroes : "Daedalus" Storyboard by Amber Wong, Katherine Perkins,

Greek Gods and Heroes : "Daedalus" Storyboard by Amber Wong, Katherine Perkins,
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  • Mind the sun and the sea!
  • "So he made himself and Icarus a pair of wings each, to strap on their arms. The big quills he threaded to a frame; but the smaller feathers were held together by bees-wax" (Graves 55 & 56).
  • "Having helped Icarus on with his pair of wings, Daedalus warned him: 'Be careful not to fly too low, my boy, for fear of the sea spray; or too high, for fear of the sun'" (56).
  • "Daedalus flew off, Icarus followed" (56).
  • "Icarus followed; but presently soared so near the sun that the wax melted and the feathers came unstuck" (56).
  • "Icarus lost height, fell into the sea, and drowned" (56).
  • "Daedalus buried his son's body on a small island, later called Icaria, where the sea had washed it up" (56).
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