Medusa- Greek Mythology
Medusa gaze would turn anyone into stone.
Every lock of wavy hair that medusa had turned into snakes. “Myth has two main functions,” the poet and scholar Robert Graves wrote in 1955. “The first is to answer the sort of awkward questions that children ask, such
Medusa's wings symbolize the sky, the freedom and mastery over worlds, the transition between the worlds of earth and sky.
The blood of Medusa also spawned the Amphisbaena.
Medusa was a fair maiden that lived in Athens, Greece

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