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A long time ago, in ancient times, there was an angry King called King Minos. He was vengeful against the people of Athens because they killed his son in the Athenian games. As revenge he sent 7 Athenian girls and 7 Athenian boys to be sacrificed by the petrifying monster the Minotaur!
Under King Minos's big palace lay a huge, scary maze. Deep in the centre lived a petrifying monster called the Minotaur. It had razor sharp horns, teeth as deadly as butcher knives and could kill a child in one crushing bite. Every nine years 14 children entered the maze to never return.
Sadness spread across Athens. The time had come to send the children to Crete to meet their fate with the deadly Minotaur. Bravely the King of Athen's son, Theseus, pleaded with him to let him go with the children to kill the Minotaur. Reluctantly the King agreed as long as Theseus changed the sails from black to white upon his return so he would know he was safe.
As the boat arrived in Crete, Theuses and the children jumped off onto land. King Minos was waiting for them with Ariadne who noticed Theuses straight away. She asked Theuses to meet her at the maze as she had a plan. She was going to give him a sword and a ball of string so that he could kill the Minotaur and find his way back to the entrance. In return, she wanted Theuses to take her with him to Athens.
Here is a ball of string and a sword
King Minos shoved the children into the maze. Many hours later Theuses finally found the Minotaur. The battle was aggressive and fierce but he finally ended by poking the sword in his belly and then Minotaur gave a huge roar! Theuses then followed the string back to the entrance.
Theuses quickly followed the string back and he anxiously climbed onto his boat with Ariadne. He was in such a hurry he forgot to change his sails from balck to white. His dad was patiently waiting for his son. When he saw the sails with black he cried and jumped off the cliff into the sea in despair.