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Oct 26, 2023

[Answer] In Greek mythology, who flew too close to the sun?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "In Greek mythology, who flew too close to the sun?"

...1. Perseus 2. Theseus 3. Achilles 4. Icarus

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Icarus - Icarus was the son of Daedalus, the famed craftsman who was tasked with building the labyrinth under King Minos' palace in Crete to hold the fearsome Minotaur. Minos later imprisoned Daedalus and his son in a tower so they would keep the secret of the maze forever. Daedalus and Icarus built themselves wings made from feathers and wax and launched themselves from a window to freedom. Daedalus called out to his son, warning him not to fly too high, but Icarus was giddy with joy. He flew too close to the sun and his wings melted, causing him to tumble into the sea to his death. The sea where he was said to have fallen is today known as the Icarian Sea.:

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