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Transcript of Prometheus
Mythology Family Tree
Prometheus is one of the 6 titans that came from Gaia and Uranus.
He stole fire from the gods and gave it to the men, when Zeus already withheld it from man.
Daily, an eagle would feast upon his ever-regenerating liver. Because Prometheus was immortal, he suffered without dying.
After Prometheus stole fire he was chained to the peak of the mountain because of the "crime" he did.
The chains that bound him to the mountain were indestructible.
Generations later, Heracles came to Mount Kaukasos
Heracles then killed the eagle and released Prometheus from him from his torture
He didn't mean to offened Zeus and was only trying to help the people.
But what Prometheus did was wrong in Zeus's eyes and therefore, he was punished.
Heracles then shot and killed the eagle stopping the eagle
But he was then freed by Heracles and the torture ended for Permetheus
Known as the Titan god of forethought and crafty council.
His attempt of making the lives better for his creation came in conflict with Zeus.
He was also intrusted in making mankind out of clay
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