ELA Flood myth

ELA Flood myth

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  • Greek Flood Myth
  • During the Bronze age, Zeus decided that all men were wicked and decided to send a great flood to destroy the earth and its inhabitants.
  • But Prometheus saw that one man was still yet good, this man's name was Duecalion. He warned Duecalion of the coming destruction and instructed him to build a great boat and put his family and many animanls inside of it.
  • Once Duecalion had finished his boat and loaded the animals and his family on the flood came rushing down from heaven, just as Prometheus had warned. It rushed over all the land and separated the mountains. Besides Duecalion only a few men who had managed to make it high into the mountains had survived.
  • Duecalion and his family were on the boat with the animals for nine days and nine nights. Duecalion and his family feared the animals would consume them, but thanks to Prometheus, the animals were calm and didn't cause any trouble.
  • Once all the water had receded, and Deucalion had landed, Zeus gave him instructions. He told Duecalion and his family to throw rocks over Zeus' head, and every rock he threw over his head became a man, and every rock his wife threw became a woman.
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