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Icarus

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Flor Araya

on 5 November 2014

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Greek Mythology
Icarus
Daedalus was a craftsman that created the labyrinth of Crete in which the minotaur was kept. But as a consequence, he was locked in a tower to prevent his knowledge of the labyrinth from spreading to the public. In order to get out, he create wings made of feathers and wax. When they were ready, he warned his son, Icarus, not to fly too high because the wax would melt but not too low either because the feathers would get wet. Overcome by pride, Icarus flew too near to the sun, the wax melted, and he plunged to his death. He fell and drowned in the ocean. His father named the land near from where he fell “Icaria”.
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