Athene receives the head of Medousa from Perseus. The hero is depicted as a young man, wearing the winged boots of Hermes and the cap of darkness on his head. Athene holds the Gorgoneion (Gorgon head) by its snaky locks, its image reflecting in the mirror of the shield. ca 400 - 385 BC

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"Medusa" CARAVAGGIO. One of my favorites that we learned about in art history. He's insane

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RACKHAM (ARTHUR) The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book, NUMBER 15 OF 460 COPIES SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, 1933; Arthur Rackham's Book of Pictures, LIMITED TO 1,030 COPIES SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, 1913

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Perseus and Medusa by Benvenuto Cellini, medusa was beheaded so I am going to try and incorporate this aspect of the story into my character

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The Cap of Invisibility has appeared in Greek myth: Hades was ascribed possession of a cap or helmet that made the wearer invisible. In some versions of the Perseus myth, Perseus borrows this cap from the goddess Athena and uses it to sneak up on the sleeping Medusa when he kills her. A similar helmet, the Tarnhelm, is found in Norse mythology. In the Second Branch of the Mabinogi, one of the important texts of Welsh mythology, Caswallawn (the historical Cassivellaunus)

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