Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends website published by E2BN
HomeAbout this website
Create your ownTeachers
Please help us keep Myths and Legends Working. We need your help. This free website urgently needs updating so it will continue to work... we are crowdfunding to raise money for the update. Please support Myths...

Abrenta and the Three Headed Serpent

A myth submitted to the site by Kenirujan

other place, Greece

A long time ago in Greece there was a 32 year old man called Abrenta.He has a wife called Anita and she was so beautiful and I really mean it. A king called Minten kidnapped people's relatives and ask for money or they would get killed.

Abrenta went to buy some Cabbage and when he came back, Anita wasn't there. Then he knew that King Minten kidnapped Anita for money. He was thinking of what to do,then he said to himself "I could go to god Zeus and get some advice," so he went there.
Zeus said "I'll give you a pair of shoes as your weapon."
"Why though."
"Well there is a 3 headed serpent which is guard of Minten's palace,so first you need to kill him then you could save your wife,or else,if it touches you would die."
"Okay then,i'll do as you told me to do it," and he went.
He went to the cave and when he was behind the serpent,he kicked the serpent with his special shoes and the 3 headed serpent died.
Then he went into the palace and then took his wife back home and lived happily ever after.

By Kenirujan
Rate this Story
Give this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 stars
Give this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 stars
Give this story 3 starsGive this story 3 starsGive this story 3 stars
Give this story 2 starsGive this story 2 stars
Give this story 1 star
16 people have rated this story so far:
Overall Score: 3/5
Rated by 16 peopleRated by 16 peopleRated by 16 people
Showcase voting:
If you think this story is one which should go in the Myths and Legends showcase, click "Yes"

Your comments

Top of this page Copyright © E2BN 2006 | Contact Us | Accessibility
Create your own Myths and Legends
E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. 04649057)