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Greek Medusa Statue

In Greek mythology, Medusa is perhaps one of the most iconic figures, known for her terrifying visage and powerful curse. Originally a beautiful priestess in Athena's temple, Medusa was cursed by the goddess herself after Poseidon violated her in the temple. This curse transformed Medusa into a monstrous creature with snakes for hair and a gaze that turned mortals to stone.

Medusa's tale is a tragic one of beauty turned to horror, as she became a feared monster lurking in the depths of the world. Perseus, tasked with slaying her as part of his heroic journey, ultimately succeeds by using Athena's mirrored shield to avoid her gaze and decapitates her. From her severed head springs Pegasus, the winged horse, and Chrysaor, a warrior. Medusa's story is layered with themes of punishment, transformation, and the consequences of divine wrath, making her a potent symbol of both terror and mythological intrigue.

Medusa Statue Product Size: 5.5" X 4" X 8.13" Material: Cold Cast Resin

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