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Theseus and the Minotaur

Crete, Dated: -65 - -8
A long time ago, in a dark Labyrinth, lived a terrifying monster. A monster that ate humans. Could the brave Theseus defeat the beast? Why not read the story and find out.

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Name: Pippy 6th November 2017
Good myth. Teaches you about Grèeķ mythology.☺
Name: Milly 14th October 2017
I don't know any story's like this well I do know one but I am not Shure if it is similar so I will tell you anyway. It's called Pandora's box. I think you should make a PowerPoint online about Theseus and the minotaur.
Name: Sushimaster995 9th October 2017
Very good for Greek mythology.
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