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Dec 31, 2021

[Answer] 5. What was the name, in Greek mythology, of the three-headed dog whose duty was to keep the living out of the Underworld and the dead in?

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...1. Poseidon 2. Cerberus 3. Demeter 4. Charon People were buried with a coin to pay the ferryman, whose name was Charon, to take them across the river. Once across the water, they were met by a three-headed dog called Cerberus. His duty was to keep the living out of the Underworld, and prevent dead souls from escaping.




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Cerberus:


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