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Aug 25, 2021

[Answer] In Greek mythology, Medusa had what for hair?

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Snakes - Medusa was one of the three gorgon daughters of sea gods Phorcys and Ceto. She was a beautiful mortal with lovely hair but after she was seduced by Poseidon, Athena became jealous and turned her into a terrible monster with writhing snakes for hair. Her face was so hideous that anyone gazing into her eyes was turned to stone. The hero Perseus defeated Medusa by cutting off her head after using the reflection in Athena's shiny shield so that he did not have to look directly at the gorgon. On Perseus's journey home he traveled through Libya and drops of blood dripped from Medusa's head, turning into snakes as they hit the ground. It is said that this is why Libya is so full of snakes.:


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