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The Myth of Medusa
 
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Athena punishes the beautiful Medusa and turns Medusa’s hair into snakes as because Athena’s husband Poseidon, the brother of Zeus, makes love with Medusa by force in the Sanctuary of Athena.

The jealous Goddess Athena, then, orders Perseus to kill her. Medusa is beheaded by the hero Perseus and the children of Medusa from Poseidon, the winged-horse Pegasus and the giant Chrysaor spout from her death body.


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