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POOF! Pegasus began to fall....
Pegasus was kept in the sky by Zeus for a while.......
The immortal winged horse became a constellation and the servant of Zeus.
Just like Poseidon, Pegasus was capable of creating water streams wherever he’d struck his hoof. At least two famous springs in Greece, both named Hippocrene (“Horse Spring”), are believed to have been created by Pegasus’ hoof are his capture by Zeus. The more famous one of the two was located on Mount Helicon, the sacred abode of the Muses; its waters, when drunk, enthused poets with inspiration and creativeness.
FACT ALERT! Hesiod, a Greek poet thought to have been active between 750-650 BC, says that Pegasus’ name originates from the Greek word for springs, pegae, since he was supposedly born in the cavenear the springs of Ocean.
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