The Symbolism Of The Minotaur In Greek Labology

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In Greek mythology, the Minotaur was a unique creature. The Minotaur has the head of a bull and the body of a human being. He was imprisonment in the famous maze known as the Labyrinth, designed by the legendary architect Daedalus and his son Icarus. This monster became a symbol of the dominance of Crete to Athens.

Pasiphae King Minos wife in love with this bull she maintained relationship with him and gave birth to the Minotaur, The King thought he can maintain this beast to be tamed told him he was wrong, he lit the evil monster to the max and the disease kills from approaching him the most egregious ways, it was the King Minos of Crete monster of these heinous monsters, which abound in Greek mythology, certainly was not the worst of Meadows
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Theseus wait until night came sneaking corridors between researchers warned in their archrivals awful. When the monster appeared in front of him, he threw Theseus the thread of his hand, and grabbed the sword that gave him his Ariadne. Then attacked the beast, and took the full force numerous stab wounds weakened monster because of the amount of blood that it bled. Theseus then pounced on the monster, to cut off his head and rid the country of evil. After that, Theseus follow the thread, and came out safely from the wilderness, with the rest of his comrades who did not hurt one of them hurt, and returned to marry the king 's daughter as promised and run away with it from the island of Crete, and says some of the novels that he then had tasted enough of the daughter of King Minos unjust and sister of the slain the Minotaur, which has been tainted by the purity of his life, preferred to the leaves and flees to his country, he slept with a number of his friends survivors of the

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