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Greek Mythology:Prometheus

Greek Mythology
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Riya Patel

on 15 February 2013

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Transcript of Greek Mythology:Prometheus

By: Aqsa Khan, Shivane Patel & Riya Patel Prometheus Greek Mythology Prometheus Gods & Goddesses Involved Facing the Consequences Is there a connection? Titan God
His job was to be entrusted to mold mankind out of clay
an culture hero
trickster figure
champion of humanity Conflicts Who was he? 1) Tricked the gods
2) Stole fire from heaven and gave it to the humans
-he wanted better lives for humans Prometheus Stealing Fire Prometheus and the Odyssey Zeus Zeus
Hephaestus
Heracles
Athena Freed from his eternal torment Hercules had saved Prometheus from the torture of the eagle Angry at Prometheus for two reasons:
Stealing fire for man
Refusing to tell Zeus which of his children would dethrone him Heracles Hephaestus God of Fire Angry for stealing fire Gods Involved Setting Events Zeus
&
Athena Athena Gave life to Prometheus's clay figures Mt.Olympus Prometheus and Odysseus both face consequences for messing with the gods. Hercules Prometheus's story shows how you will be punished for your sins, but when you have the right intentions, your will be freed and given freedom from your punishment.
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