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Pasiphae was Queen of Crete, married to Minos, but enamored of the snow-white бык Poseidon had дана her husband. Unable to restrain herself, Pasiphae prevailed upon the renowned craftsman Daedalus to construct a device by which she could fool the бык into thinking her a cow. Her plan worked; the outcome of the union between Pasiphae and the бык was a creature with a human body, but taurine head and tail. This bull-man was the Minotaur.

Before Ты go pitying her husband, thinking, "Poor cuckolded Minos," let me assure Ты that Minos was not the innocent victim of divine wrath. Poseidon had...
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The term "demigod", meaning "half god", is used to describe mythological figures whose one parent was a god and whose other parent was human. A few examples of demigods include the Celtic hero Cuchulain, Sumerian king Gilgamesh (Who supposedly was actually two thirds god), Ancient-Germanic "woodsman" Ansel, and Greek hero Hercules.

GREEK DEMIGODS

Part of the dual nature of Greek Герои that gave rise to the modern "demigod" conception of them—a repeated theme in the story of their birth—is a double paternity: one father is a king of some kind, and another is a god. The hero's mother manages...
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Hephaestus was not the most handsome of the gods. His mother Hera, Queen of the Gods, had hurled him from Mount Olympus when she saw how ugly he was. His rather forceful landing left him lame and еще than a little upset at his mother. He grew up and planned revenge, eventually trapping Hera on a Golden Throne. Only after much persuasion by the other Gods, and the offer of Aphrodite as a bride, did Hephaestus relent and release his mother. His reward was truly a great one, Aphrodite was the Goddess of Любовь and none could outshine her beauty. In her honour Hephaestus forged a great palace where...
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first its about the goddesses then part 2 are the gods.
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