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Medusa, creatura della mitologia greca, figlia della divinità del mare Forco, e di Ceto,  divinità dell’oceano.

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Tra le tre sorelle, chiamate gorgoni, è la sola ad essere mortale. Le altre due sorelle sono Steno ed Euriale.

Secondo la leggenda Poseidone si inamorò di Medusa e la portò con sè nel tempio di Atena, dea della saggezza; per vendetta la dea trasformò i capelli della ragazza in serpenti e le fece un sortilegio per cui gli occhi di Medusa erano in grado di pietrificare chiunque li avesse guardati.

 

 

 

 

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