/ExtGState<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 792 612] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> In the Parthenon was the goddess of wisdom and that was Athena. 1 0 obj <> The figure changed into goddess Athena. 3 0 obj endobj View The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena.pdf from ART 48040014 at Southern High School Magnet Career Acade. <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/Annots[ 15 0 R] /MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> (The user submitted story below is similar to one version of the Medusa myth. Unfortunately, Medusa was very proud of her beauty and thought or spoke of little else. J;kA�P,���a�zmq�����. Athena, enraged at the desecration of her temple, turned her into a mortal Gorgon. It was Medusa's first time going to the Parthenon. Before long the temple was empty of everyone except Medusa, who was so busy gazing proudly at her reflection in the large bronze doors that she hadn't noticed the fast departure of everyone else. While Medusa was gazing the figure changes. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena Many years ago there was a beautiful women called Medusa. When Athena uttered those words Medusa turned into a terrible monster. �9Tc$�[��d� ��!�O]kl���O�J*�JR�Yv�#(�������'ځwϗ�m��Lj��^�� ΂+Ng���B�F�F {�����=� Fu�k���b^E`���k0����i��AR�jJ̩��uY����ڀ�������t:M�+@�G�/|Q�׮�8&�z�k���L� �^��I���\���w��D&�$~*Jҥ5�KoŋK�L?h˺CҠ������ All the people who went there obeyed Athena, all except Medusa. �ŮS��u�0�����P��JG��E�B�-~�'�o���S ��@������c�� �DpK�� <> Medusa was dating Poseidon, and they went into the temple while it was closed and started making out and doing other inappropriate stuff. When Medusa reached the altar she sighed happily and said, "My this is a beautiful temple. Her hair thickened into hissing snakes and body turned into a snake. Medusa was a priestess to the goddess Athena, the virgin goddess of wisdom and battle. Latest comments: Name: Zykerria 27th November 2016 It was good Name: Lola 26th November 2016 thanks this is really useful ! Now anyone who looks in your eyes will now turn into stone and no one will be able to save them," snapped Athena,"Even you, Medusa, should you seek your reflection, will turn to rock the moment you see your face." She lived in a place called Athens in Greece. endobj Medusa saw all the statues and she whispered "Who ever did this statue did do a good job but it would look better if I was the statues." E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. Medusa having a good heart, secluded herself in a cave to avoid being seen by people. - The Myths Team). There was statues of most of the gods and goddesses in the Greek culture. stream Then Medusa's friend grew pale. %PDF-1.5 She lived in a place called Athens in Greece. There was statues of most of the gods and goddesses in the Greek culture. stream We don't mind you saying you don't like something, but please explain why, and please do not be rude. In one myth reported by the Greek poet Pindar (517–438 BCE), Medusa was a beautiful mortal woman who one day went to Athena's temple to worship. <> While other people are working, playing or learning you just boast about your self. %���� <> One requirement to be a priestess for Athena is that the young woman must be a virgin and give her life to the goddess. Medusa was a gods and goddesses'victim, just like every nymph and mortal female in the Greek mythology. Believing in Athena's righteousness, and as her follower, she ran to the temple and seek refuge from Athena. Every picture she saw she said that the person did a good job but she would look better in the picture and she is so delicate. %PDF-1.5 Every single day Medusa always boasted about herself. 04649057). Then she was beheaded by Perseus with the help of Athena and the other gods. One requirement to be a priestess for Athena is that the young woman must be a virgin and give her life to the goddess. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena A myth submitted to the site by Shainuja Many years ago there was a beautiful women called Medusa. While she was there, Poseidon saw her and either seduced her or raped her, and she became pregnant. She was an aspiring priestess who loved and worshipped Athena - the reason why she kept herself pure. 2 0 obj "Nonsense," screamed Athena "One day beauty will fade away. - The Myths Team) But I will make it fade away now and all your loveliness will be gone forever." She was a very kind and she obeyed her Greek gods and goddesses. But Athena being jealous of Medusa's beauty and threatened from the people who love the young lady, she didn't help Medusa and let Poseidon raped her. �k����C���*�d��% �"���Կ{�2df Medusa lived in the city of Athens in a country named Greece -- and although there were many pretty girls in the city, Medusa was considered the most lovely. It is a shame it is wasted on Athena for I am much prettier than she is, perhaps one day people will build an even grander temple to my beauty." ����#l��8�qFhˢ ���ך��&n�%���W����^p�NSw�f�t0Y��Λp��b��A)�M^�^�n�֞9u Wc������~ܑ���v�Yd"t��'�!�L4����8�FpF�A��1@+ �����=A�߽� ���[��L"��0jN��nZ$Y[�;Z�gI���8a���>mf7�����7r�?Er0�d��*�:��z��y�{�C��j��i����`�r�� ���~���G������y��hBv��x~�����@�A��|t�zv�t>�}�"���c�{M���.�>[\i��y�;�O6�U�$�!�>�"�d��'s���)M7Ѝ/�K�c�T���O�j��;�Z�X ��~)��(7�*D>��^�;��OV��~�d�ہ|�����p X��6&q��L$��/���@�O�eXW��%8�l��2�6�z�'���yuQU�nx�gC�&�I!��^�X�%�=S2�eۘ$\��ة�e/�B982IK����UF��4��/x��3��j�pM�|ƒ���@w�a�bXSA0�wT=顨�/*��b�MԀ����M�%�_9X �h�M���R�(��� �S�9�t �k�l�������Җ �y���܀�y4�0�����-�Pq{���d. There were many pretty girls there, Medusa was one of them. ��j�߇�J͙�r�1F4�p'q�8����N�9L�ˊL7*�d!%i #�\�q~${h�p����ن�".D`����%�C���lb �>��Y���H��p�}�8�ն��� Then Poseidon left her in the temple, facing Athena's wrath and cursed her and turned her hair into snakes making everyone who looks at her turned into stone. endobj On Monday, she babbled the cobbler that her hair is brighter than the sun. x��\YoIr~����˰ ��2+�2c�;+�{/���d�X��zY���_�8�(���j�f���_|�����w�}���w?�����?������6]aU �Ӧ/�ZYk�V5�)�Z]z���w��wC�~��~�~~��R�Xڍ��h�g��-J�>����Z]�F}��Ju�������5m��������\����~�.�7���y��l�U�=�~����/���b6��G?ݍ77�� ����沾���c�����_��V���꺢�ӵ�q�fmqGM�7'��S�ҩ?�at�4ˉ@M&P�0�.�4��PU2T2@����ky���q�>n.�Ť�w �Q=���8���I?��톚�+�}K'=��(6��\�nZ�h�^F����F��\v�o��O���{O_�~?�'j�3��a���A:޺*�>�,�`K�v�m���ky]�� D�ݹq���*�e���.ٺ�Ak�_�0y�� �� �x G��������{��d��n zuN���U�lq7������7��w�v�?�l`�K��i&X�^L��:�|��JP��1�@Gj�=m��AP���GX�W1f7a'��6���d)�OéY��1̻v�슶�;���s���7�æ�x�R�+%{(�Y��(u>ת�[�Λ�������5��;��?�q�8�ah� ���A�:� r��|�E9nw/���l��P�)��P��q�����퇭�j������4�n�Yn��6���6��w7ҙ�г���h�����i熤$�� �������3'��ۺ���䖺��r��+�l��O|�Ǵ�? 1 0 obj 'hope this would enlighten you. 4 0 obj She admired her self. The roomer went really quickly through the whole temple and everyone started to leave. Athena then sent Medusa with her hair of snakes to live with the blind monsters, the gorgon sisters, at the end of the earth, so that no innocent people would be turned to stone at the sight of her by accident. Medusa was a priestess to the goddess Athena, the virgin goddess of wisdom and battle. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena 3/4 Add your comments The End :‐) (See what finally happened to Medusa by clicking here.. ‐ The Myths Team) By Shainuja Your comments There are 1176 comments for this story. The Parthenon was the biggest temple in Greece. Please be polite, this is an educational site and we will not publish bad language. �#bH&Ba�I w���,�Yi She lived in a place called Athens in Greece. 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endobj – Athena leapt out of Zeus’ head, fully armed and with a cry so mighty and fearsome that Uranus and Gaea we… <>>> On learning that Metis’ next child may overthrow him, Zeus swallowed his first wife who was already pregnant with Athens. 4 0 obj �E�NfS�ؼ�Pm�G84T�l�SlI�e���B隓 There were pretty girls there, and Medusa … endobj Medusa there is more to life than beauty alone you see." Medusa was known for her beautiful hair, a goddess look face, gentleness, and good heart. The Parthenon was the biggest temple in Greece. <>/ExtGState<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 792 612] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> In the Parthenon was the goddess of wisdom and that was Athena. 1 0 obj <> The figure changed into goddess Athena. 3 0 obj endobj View The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena.pdf from ART 48040014 at Southern High School Magnet Career Acade. <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/Annots[ 15 0 R] /MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> (The user submitted story below is similar to one version of the Medusa myth. Unfortunately, Medusa was very proud of her beauty and thought or spoke of little else. J;kA�P,���a�zmq�����. Athena, enraged at the desecration of her temple, turned her into a mortal Gorgon. It was Medusa's first time going to the Parthenon. Before long the temple was empty of everyone except Medusa, who was so busy gazing proudly at her reflection in the large bronze doors that she hadn't noticed the fast departure of everyone else. While Medusa was gazing the figure changes. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena Many years ago there was a beautiful women called Medusa. When Athena uttered those words Medusa turned into a terrible monster. �9Tc$�[��d� ��!�O]kl���O�J*�JR�Yv�#(�������'ځwϗ�m��Lj��^�� ΂+Ng���B�F�F {�����=� Fu�k���b^E`���k0����i��AR�jJ̩��uY����ڀ�������t:M�+@�G�/|Q�׮�8&�z�k���L� �^��I���\���w��D&�$~*Jҥ5�KoŋK�L?h˺CҠ������ All the people who went there obeyed Athena, all except Medusa. �ŮS��u�0�����P��JG��E�B�-~�'�o���S ��@������c�� �DpK�� <> Medusa was dating Poseidon, and they went into the temple while it was closed and started making out and doing other inappropriate stuff. When Medusa reached the altar she sighed happily and said, "My this is a beautiful temple. Her hair thickened into hissing snakes and body turned into a snake. Medusa was a priestess to the goddess Athena, the virgin goddess of wisdom and battle. Latest comments: Name: Zykerria 27th November 2016 It was good Name: Lola 26th November 2016 thanks this is really useful ! Now anyone who looks in your eyes will now turn into stone and no one will be able to save them," snapped Athena,"Even you, Medusa, should you seek your reflection, will turn to rock the moment you see your face." She lived in a place called Athens in Greece. endobj Medusa saw all the statues and she whispered "Who ever did this statue did do a good job but it would look better if I was the statues." E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. Medusa having a good heart, secluded herself in a cave to avoid being seen by people. - The Myths Team). There was statues of most of the gods and goddesses in the Greek culture. stream Then Medusa's friend grew pale. %PDF-1.5 She lived in a place called Athens in Greece. There was statues of most of the gods and goddesses in the Greek culture. stream We don't mind you saying you don't like something, but please explain why, and please do not be rude. In one myth reported by the Greek poet Pindar (517–438 BCE), Medusa was a beautiful mortal woman who one day went to Athena's temple to worship. <> While other people are working, playing or learning you just boast about your self. %���� <> One requirement to be a priestess for Athena is that the young woman must be a virgin and give her life to the goddess. Medusa was a gods and goddesses'victim, just like every nymph and mortal female in the Greek mythology. Believing in Athena's righteousness, and as her follower, she ran to the temple and seek refuge from Athena. Every picture she saw she said that the person did a good job but she would look better in the picture and she is so delicate. %PDF-1.5 Every single day Medusa always boasted about herself. 04649057). Then she was beheaded by Perseus with the help of Athena and the other gods. One requirement to be a priestess for Athena is that the young woman must be a virgin and give her life to the goddess. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena A myth submitted to the site by Shainuja Many years ago there was a beautiful women called Medusa. While she was there, Poseidon saw her and either seduced her or raped her, and she became pregnant. She was an aspiring priestess who loved and worshipped Athena - the reason why she kept herself pure. 2 0 obj "Nonsense," screamed Athena "One day beauty will fade away. - The Myths Team) But I will make it fade away now and all your loveliness will be gone forever." She was a very kind and she obeyed her Greek gods and goddesses. But Athena being jealous of Medusa's beauty and threatened from the people who love the young lady, she didn't help Medusa and let Poseidon raped her. �k����C���*�d��% �"���Կ{�2df Medusa lived in the city of Athens in a country named Greece -- and although there were many pretty girls in the city, Medusa was considered the most lovely. It is a shame it is wasted on Athena for I am much prettier than she is, perhaps one day people will build an even grander temple to my beauty." ����#l��8�qFhˢ ���ך��&n�%���W����^p�NSw�f�t0Y��Λp��b��A)�M^�^�n�֞9u Wc������~ܑ���v�Yd"t��'�!�L4����8�FpF�A��1@+ �����=A�߽� ���[��L"��0jN��nZ$Y[�;Z�gI���8a���>mf7�����7r�?Er0�d��*�:��z��y�{�C��j��i����`�r�� ���~���G������y��hBv��x~�����@�A��|t�zv�t>�}�"���c�{M���.�>[\i��y�;�O6�U�$�!�>�"�d��'s���)M7Ѝ/�K�c�T���O�j��;�Z�X ��~)��(7�*D>��^�;��OV��~�d�ہ|�����p X��6&q��L$��/���@�O�eXW��%8�l��2�6�z�'���yuQU�nx�gC�&�I!��^�X�%�=S2�eۘ$\��ة�e/�B982IK����UF��4��/x��3��j�pM�|ƒ���@w�a�bXSA0�wT=顨�/*��b�MԀ����M�%�_9X �h�M���R�(��� �S�9�t �k�l�������Җ �y���܀�y4�0�����-�Pq{���d. There were many pretty girls there, Medusa was one of them. ��j�߇�J͙�r�1F4�p'q�8����N�9L�ˊL7*�d!%i #�\�q~${h�p����ن�".D`����%�C���lb �>��Y���H��p�}�8�ն��� Then Poseidon left her in the temple, facing Athena's wrath and cursed her and turned her hair into snakes making everyone who looks at her turned into stone. endobj On Monday, she babbled the cobbler that her hair is brighter than the sun. x��\YoIr~����˰ ��2+�2c�;+�{/���d�X��zY���_�8�(���j�f���_|�����w�}���w?�����?������6]aU �Ӧ/�ZYk�V5�)�Z]z���w��wC�~��~�~~��R�Xڍ��h�g��-J�>����Z]�F}��Ju�������5m��������\����~�.�7���y��l�U�=�~����/���b6��G?ݍ77�� ����沾���c�����_��V���꺢�ӵ�q�fmqGM�7'��S�ҩ?�at�4ˉ@M&P�0�.�4��PU2T2@����ky���q�>n.�Ť�w �Q=���8���I?��톚�+�}K'=��(6��\�nZ�h�^F����F��\v�o��O���{O_�~?�'j�3��a���A:޺*�>�,�`K�v�m���ky]�� D�ݹq���*�e���.ٺ�Ak�_�0y�� �� �x G��������{��d��n zuN���U�lq7������7��w�v�?�l`�K��i&X�^L��:�|��JP��1�@Gj�=m��AP���GX�W1f7a'��6���d)�OéY��1̻v�슶�;���s���7�æ�x�R�+%{(�Y��(u>ת�[�Λ�������5��;��?�q�8�ah� ���A�:� r��|�E9nw/���l��P�)��P��q�����퇭�j������4�n�Yn��6���6��w7ҙ�г���h�����i熤$�� �������3'��ۺ���䖺��r��+�l��O|�Ǵ�? 1 0 obj 'hope this would enlighten you. 4 0 obj She admired her self. The roomer went really quickly through the whole temple and everyone started to leave. Athena then sent Medusa with her hair of snakes to live with the blind monsters, the gorgon sisters, at the end of the earth, so that no innocent people would be turned to stone at the sight of her by accident. Medusa was a priestess to the goddess Athena, the virgin goddess of wisdom and battle. The story of Medusa and the Greek goddess Athena 3/4 Add your comments The End :‐) (See what finally happened to Medusa by clicking here.. ‐ The Myths Team) By Shainuja Your comments There are 1176 comments for this story. The Parthenon was the biggest temple in Greece. Please be polite, this is an educational site and we will not publish bad language. �#bH&Ba�I w���,�Yi She lived in a place called Athens in Greece.

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