Ancient Greece Myth-2

Ancient Greece Myth-2

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  • Prometheus asked Zeus to allow him to give the humans fire, but Zeus angrily refused and told him to go back down.
  • Oh, great Zeus, I ask you to allow me to give fire to the humans.
  • How dare you ask for more gifts? Fire belongs only to the gods!
  • Prometheus knew he had to do something for the humans, so even if he knew Zeus would get mad at him, he went into the temple and stole fire from the gods.
  • Prometheus gave the fire to the humans. The humans were very happy. With the fire, they wouldn't shiver in the cold, they could scare off animals and cook food!
  • Humans! I give you fire!
  • Yeah!!!
  • To keep Zeus happy, the humans decided to make a sacrifice. Prometheus agreed, but he had a plan to fool Zeus. He told the butcher to divide the meat from the ox into four groups: the bones, the fat, the edible meat, and the scraps. He buried the meat below the scraps in one bowl, and put the bones under the fat in another bowl.
  • Fat and scraps
  • Bones and meat
  • Of course, Zeus chose the bowl with the fat because it looked a lot better. When he removed the fat and saw the scraps inside, he realized Prometheus had tricked him. Zeus was furious, so he punished Prometheus.
  • You shall be punished with the cruelest punishment, Prometheus.
  • Here's a sacrifice from the humans.
  • Zeus chained Prometheus to a rock in the top of the Caucasus Mountains and told his eagle to go eat Prometheus's liver. His liver grew back every day, and Zeus's eagle came back to eat it again. At the end, Prometheus was saved by Heracles.
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