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Medusa Greek One of the three Gorgons, the only one who was not immortal; her sisters were Stheno and Euryale. Medusa was once a beautiful maiden, wooed by the sea god, Poseidon, in a temple of Athene. The goddess was angry at the violation of her shrine and turned Medusa into a monster so hideous that anyone who looked upon her was turned to stone. Perseus cut off Medusa's head and used it to turn his enemies into stone. From the blood of Medusa sprang the children of her union with Poseidon: Pegasus, the winged horse, and Chrysaor, father of the monster Geryon (see The Twelve Labors of Heracles, 10. The Cattle of Geryon, under Heracles).


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