On a night when a full moon would have shown, Apollo raced towards Earth in his blinding light. Twas’ excruciatingly painful as it moved closer. Not a single eye could be kept open, as both Mortals and immortals shielded their eyes against the light of the powerful Sun God. Lives perished that day, bodies burned, eyes blinded With no one able to stop Apollo 's hateful attack, Mortals suffered by the plenty on that day but soon Apollo was unable to continue the attack for his energy had run out. Backing away, proud at his work, he went on home.
The Persians fired all of their arrows at us, we tried to repel them but there were too many arrows to block. In the end Leonidas fell along with the rest of us, a statue of a lion was built at Thermopile as a dedication to our actions. I felt bad for Leonidas, his body was beheaded and crucified in
In 335 BCE, when the Thebans tried to declare independence, he ordered his troops to destroy almost every building in Thebes. In addition, he encouraged people in Egypt to honor him as a god, and this upset the Egyptians very much because they didn’t believe in the worship of rulers. Also, he burned down the Great Palace and surrounding temples in Persia. When Alexander destroyed the monumental architecture of these cities, he was bringing their culture down with it. He tore through many cities destroying monuments that were important to the various cultures because he had absolutely no respect for other people’s beliefs.
The bull is destroying the city and killing hundreds of people. Gilgamesh and Enkidu slay the bull together which angers Ishtar further. Enkidu begins to taunt her and threatening to kill her next with Gilgamesh. He then rips off the bull’s thigh and throws it at her face. Enkidu becomes deathly ill after having foreboding dreams which, he then finds out the gods are taking vengeance out on him.
“Lord of Flies, where is she?” The serpent hissed releasing a powerful poison, the poison was red and seemed to create a terrifying fog. From the fog, millions of faces appeared in agony. They spalled past the demons on the ground, a few were instantly consumed.
King Quilotoa loathed King Toachi because he always wandered into his realm. One day King Quilotoa threw a lightning bolt at King Toachi to force him leave. Toachi hurtled a fireball back and the two kings battled until the landscape was destroyed and barren. Only the crater remained and they say this is how Volcano Quilotoa got its shape.
His children were Cronus, Rhea, Hyperion, Mnemosyne, Themis, Coeus, Phoebe, Prometheus, Epimetheus, Metis, Oceanus, and Tethys. He didn 't like the cyclopes and heratoncheries so he locked them up in the middle of the earth which gave Gaea pain. So Gaea told her son to rebel a against him to stop him from her pain. Gaea was infuriated and created a diamond sickle, which she gave to Cronus, one of the Titans. Cronus found his father and castrated him in while he was asleep, from the blood that fell onto the earth, the Erinnyes, the Giants and the Meliads were made, while his sperm fell into sea, Aphrodite was created from the
When animals around the planet begin to attack humankind, it is up to one man to persuade the world to take action, or allow themselves to perish. Jackson Oz, a dropout from Columbia University, has for years, been developing a theory called HAC or Human Animal Conflict. After noticing an increasing number vicious of animal attacks on humans, Oz dropped out of Columbia University to focus more on HAC, that raised several eyebrows from his peers. He has no job or PhD and is struggling. All over the world, brutal attacks are destroying entire cities.
He battles Polyphemus, Scylla, and Charybdis, and has his crew’s ships destroyed by Laestrygonians. Once Odysseus returns home, he faces the challenge of fighting the suitors who have overrun his home. First, he must, “lineup twelve axes with their handles in the air and fire his arrows through the rings.” This task is hard to suitors but easy for Odysseus. At this point it is clear Odysseus is significantly more powerful than the average man. After completing the task with ease, Odysseus and Telemachus battle and kill all the suitors and Odysseus’ bravery shines brightly after successfully completing multiple challenges.
In my opinion I think he was a heroic person, back at the chapter “Death in the Great Hall” He was disguised as a beggar and was able to string his own bow and shoot it thru the holes of the axes and revealed himself as Odysseus and killed all the suitors in his house and took back his land. Back when he was at the cyclopes island He blinded the cyclops and shouted his name and told the cyclops that he needs no one to help him. he is a powerful man, then, later on, he got cursed by most of the gods and he was to die, but that didn 't stop him. The reason I think he is a great hero is he survived 8 years without food and water and endured Going to the underworld and going to Charybdis and Scylla Only to get the whole crew to