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Medusa, the woman with snake in place of hair is probably the most well known creatures in Greek mythology. However she was not always like that. Daughter of Phorcys and Seto’s — two primordial deities of the sea, Medusa was born with incredible b...

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Medusa's sisters were stheno and euryale, who could not petrify like Medusa could because Medusa was the only one with the curse from Athena, the godess of wisdom. Asked in Greek and Roman Mythologies

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Written by GreekBoston.com in Greek Mythology Comments Off on How Medusa in Greek Mythology Turned Into a Monster. Medusa is one of the Gorgon Sisters in Greek mythology and is always depicted as being a monster. It has been said that her hair was made of venomous snakes and one glance into her eyes can turn anyone to stone.

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Medusa Is Full Of Surprises And Death Did Not Stop Her. The myths have it that Neptune, or in some stories Poseidon, impregnated Medusa after their brief encounter. This may have been why the goddess of virginity was so upset. It is hard to say though. Death did not stop Medusa from reproducing though.

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After breaking her vows as a priestess, Medusa was cursed by Athena. As a priestess in the temple of Athena, Medusa swore a lifelong vow of celibacy. In time, she fell in love with the god Poseidon. Medusa is one of the three daughters of Gaea, the goddess of the earth, and Oceanus, the god of the ocean. Of the three siblings, only Medusa is a ...

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From the tale Poseidon lusted for the Athena Temple Maiden Medusa. In it as it was going on Medusa asked for help from the goddess she worshipped to help and give pity to her. Though in it Athena did not do so, instead she got furious and turn Medusa into a monster. The question is, why did she do that? Why couldn't Athena give pity to the one asking to be saved from something she didn't w...

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Medusa is a monster who can petrify people to stone if they look her directly in her eyes. She is a daughter of Phorkys and Keto and was once a priestess of Athena. After Medusa and Poseidon desecrated Athena's virgin temple, Athena cursed Medusa and her sisters. Her hair was turned to snakes and anyone who would look upon her gaze would turn to stone. She was once a beautiful woman before ...

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Medusa is the daughter of Phorkys and Keto. She is the only one of the three sisters known as Gorgons that was born a mortal. Medusa was once very beautiful but she was cursed by Athena. The godess Athena gave her snakes for hair ,and made her so ugly that anyone that stared at her turned to stone. Medusa desired revenge on Athena.

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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. 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.

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Medusa was one of the three Gorgons, daughters of Phorcys and Ceto, sisters of the Graeae, Echidna, and Ladon – all dreadful and fearsome beasts. A beautiful mortal, Medusa was the exception in the family, until she incurred the wrath of Athena, either due to her boastfulness or because of an ill-fated love affair with Poseidon.Transformed into a vicious monster with snakes for hair, she was ...