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Perseus holding Medusas head

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Perseus holding the head of Medusa (Height: 35.5 cm)

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Perseus holding the head of Medusa

Made by high quality Cold Cast Bronze (resin mixed with powdered Bronze)

Height: 35.5 cm

Mythology

Following Athena's guidance, Perseus  he received a knapsack (kibisis) to safely contain Medusa's head. Zeus gave him an adamantine sword (a Harpe) and Hades' helm of darkness to hide. Hermes lent Perseus winged sandals to fly, while Athena gave him a polished shield. Perseus then proceeded to the Gorgons' cave.

In the cave he came upon the sleeping Medusa. By viewing Medusa's reflection in his polished shield, he safely approached and cut off her head. From her neck sprang Pegasus ("he who sprang") and Chrysaor ("sword of gold"), the result of Poseidon and Medusa's meeting. The other two Gorgons pursued Perseus,[13] but, wearing his helm of darkness, he escaped.

 

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