Greek Mythology: Part 2

Greek Mythology: Part 2
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  • One week after the breakup...
  • Man, I feel bad after that breakup! Oh hi there, I'm Jeff, and today is another adventure of Greek mythology. First up is Medusa. In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair.
  • Next we will be talking about Oedipus. He is the king of Thebes who unwittingly killed his father and married his mother. Homer related that Oedipus's wife and mother hanged herself when the truth of their relationship became known, though Oedipus continued to rule at Thebes until his death.
  • Next up is a sphinx. In Greek Mythology, a sphinx is represented as a monster with a head of a woman, the body of a lioness, the wings of an eagle, and a serpent-headed tail.
  • Next up is Aranchne. In Greek and Roman mythology, Arachne is a woman who challenged the goddess of wisdom and crafts, Athena. She was a very good weaver and was able to weave beautiful pictures into the cloth.
  • Next we talk about Odysseus. In Greek mythology, Odysseus was the son of Laertes and Antikilea and the king of Ithaca, leader of the Kephallenians.
  • Finally is Achilles. In Greek mythology, Achilles was a Greek hero in the Trojan war and the central character and  greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad.
  • And so, Lisa died apparently, and Jeff did not find another wife. This concludes Jeff's Greek mythology journey.
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