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Log in to Wiley Online Library. Purchase Instant Access. View Preview. Learn more Check out. Most authors assert that Perseus was able to behead Medusa with a reflective bronze shield that Athena gave to him while the Gorgon slept. At the beheading of Medusa, Pegasus and Chrysaor Poseidon's and her children sprang from her severed neck. Simultaneously with the birth of these children, Medusa's sisters Euryale and Sthenno pursued Perseus.
However, the gift bestowed upon him by Hades , the helmet of darkness, granted him invisibility.
It is unclear if Perseus took Pegasus with him on his following adventures or if he continued to utilize the winged sandals Hermes gave him. Pegasus' adventures with both the hero Perseus and Bellerophon are classic tales from Greek mythology. Perseus now flew either by Pegasus or winged sandals with Medusa's head safely bagged, ever potent with its stony gaze. Perseus, on his journey home, stopped at Ethiopia where the kingdom of King Cepheus and Queen Cassiopeia was being tormented by Poseidon's sea monster, Cetus.
Poseidon's vengeance was being exacted on the kingdom for Cassiopeia's hubristic claim that her daughter, Andromeda, or she herself was equal in beauty to the Nereids. Perseus slew the beast and won Andromeda's hand. Andromeda was already betrothed, though, which caused a contestation to break out, resulting in Perseus using Medusa's head to turn her previous betrothed to stone. Before his return to his home of Seriphos, Perseus met the titan Altas, who he turned to stone with Medusa's head after some quarrelsome words, thus creating the Atlas Mountains of North Africa.
Also during the journey home, Medusa's head spilled some blood on the earth which formed into Libyan vipers that killed the Argonaut Mospos. Perseus returned home to his mother, safe from King Polydectes' advances, but Perseus was infuriated with Polydectes' trickery. Perseus avenged himself by turning Polydectes and his court to stone with Medusa's head. He, then, gave the kingdom to Dictys. After Perseus was finished with the Gorgon's head, he gave it to Athena, who adorned her shield and breastplate with it.
The Gorgon image appears in several pieces of art and architectural structures including the pediments of the Temple of Artemis c. The Gorgon became a popular shield design in antiquity along with being an apotropaic warding off evil device. The goddess Athena and Zeus were often portrayed with a shield or aegis depicting the head of a Gorgon, who is typically believed to be Medusa. There are also several archaeological examples of the Gorgon's face being used on breastplates, in mosaics and even as bronze end pieces on ship beams in the Roman period. Skip to content Free download.
Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. Happy reading Medusa Bookeveryone. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. Head of Medusa by Peter Paul Rubens. Public Domain. Keep Exploring Britannica Immediately after the Gorgon was beheaded, the winged horse Pegasus sprung out from her neck. Pegasus emerges from the body of Medusa.
Navigation menu Top Image: Detail of a modern representation of Medusa. Since Ancient Greece, the snake-haired Gorgon has been a sexualized symbol of women's rage.. Medusa's serpentine hair sets her apart from other mythical characters.