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THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS AND THE BOULDER.
Transcript of THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS AND THE BOULDER.
This myth is well known for the punishment Sisyphus was condemed to do for the rest of his life sentence. WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION ON THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS AND THE BOULDER.
By Nathanial .J. Martinez Citations:
THE FOOLISH MISTAKE One day Sisyphus had made a very foolish mistake that would effect him for a eternity. The mistake was that Sisyphus told one of Zeus's secrets to the river god Asopus. The secret was of the whereabouts of Asopus's daughter Aegina. Aegina was a Asopides that was taken away by Zeus because of revenge for Asopus causing a spring to flow on the Corinthian acropolis. This ,made Zeus have a great out burst of rage. Outraged Zeus ordered Thanatos to chain Sisyphus down in Tartarus. After taking some time to think of a plan that would be easy enough to trick Thanatos. He had asked Thanatos how the cuffs Thanatos use work. After Thanatos was done explaining how the cuffs work to Sisyphus, Sisyphus tricked Thanatos and cuffed him. The cuffs would never release and because of this no human could die. Since no human could die all of the battles that were fought would not have any boold shed Ares the god of war was annoyed with no death and broke the chains that had imprisoned Thanatos. Ares then handed Sisyphus back over to Thanatos. Hope you enjoyed