Medusa, in Greek folklore, the most renowned of the beast figures known as Gorgons. She was generally spoken to as a winged female animal having a head of hair comprising of snakes; in contrast to the Gorgons, she was at times spoken to as exceptionally delightful. Medusa was the main Gorgon who was mortal; thus her slayer, Perseus, had the option to execute her by removing her head. From the blood that spurted from her neck sprang Chrysaor and Pegasus, her two children by Poseidon. The cut off head, which had the intensity of transforming into stone all who viewed it, was given to Athena, … (100 of 195 words)

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