Aegeus (Theseus's father and King of Athens,) and Theseus hug and weep, as finally the king and his son have reunited. Aegeus tells the people, "Behold my son! who has come home at last!"
The Belly of the Whale
Theseus finds out that the King of Minos feeds fourteen Athenian youths to the monster Minotaur every year. "I shall slay the Minotaur and rid Athens of ever having to pay this yearly tribute!" He says.
The Road of Trials
Aegeus refuses Theseus to slay the dangerous Minotaur monster. He beleives that this is not the way Theseus should die.
Meeting with the Goddess,Who is His Rescue From Without!
The Labyrinth Mintaur's Layer
Theseus, a messenger from King Minos, and the fourteen youths sail to Crete on a Black-sailed ship.
Theseus asks king minos to be the first to enter the labyrinth where the Minotaur lives and feasts on youths. Theseus must be the first to enter the Labyrinth, then kill the monster, and then find his way out of the confusing labyrinth, and finally flee Crete and sail back to Athens.
The beautiful and tenderhearted Ariadne fell in love with Theseus's bravery and will to protect his people. She wants to help him, and so she gives him a sword and all of string which will help him trace his way back to the entrance of the Labyrinth. Theseus and Ariadne kiss goodbye and Theseus begins to enter the Labyrinth.