By: Brandon Radtke and Duncan Gilkey
He is a hero and has defeated Medusa and rescued Andromeda to later marry her.
- Perseus's parents are the god Zeus and the human Danae.
- Perseus had many siblings Ares, Athena Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Dionysus, Hebe, Hermes, Heracles, Helen of Troy, Hephaestus, and Minos.
- Perseus has a wife named Andromeda who he later had 9 kids with.
- His kids names are Perses, Heleus, Alcaeus, Sthenelus, Electryon, Mestor, Cynurus, Gorgophone, Autochthe.
symbols on Perseus
- The helmet that Perseus is wearing is the helmet of invisibility, Also know as the helm of Hades it is known to be able to turn the user completely invisible.
- winged sandals helps perseus escape.
- a magic bag Perseus used the magic bag to hold the shield that Athena gave him along with the head of Medusa.
- His sword is a present that zeus gave to him, which he later used to kill the sleeping Medusa.
- Perseus had to be Brave otherwise he would not have been able to slay Medusa or rescue the princess.
- Perseus had to be Smart otherwise he would not have know how to rescue the princess.
- Perseus had to be strong for if he was weak he would not have been able to do the things that he did.
Strengths and weaknesses
- Perseus has many strengths, To which is that he is intelligent, He was very persuasive, He was courageous And a great fighter in battle. (For example perseus has a high intelligence level because he knew how to use the shield like a mirror to kill Medusa.)
- Perseus also had some disadvantages like He would lie or be misleading at times. ( for example he knew how and when was a good time to trick people)
- Perseus had many sons but he only had one daughter named Gorgophone.
- After Perseus was born Acrisius sent him and his mother out to sea locked in a chest, later the chest landed on Seriphus island.
- While Perseus and Danae were living on the island Danae was captured by polydectes. To save his mother he was asked to bring back the head of Medusa.
- Perseus fell in love with Andromeda, but she was captured and she was getting sacrificed to the kraken. To save her Perseus had to kill the kraken.
- Littleton, Scott C. Gods, Goddesses, and Mythology: Vol. 8. Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2005. Print.
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"Perseus." CP English P2. Web. 28 Jan. 2016.