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Leda And The Swan

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  • 1. Leda and the Swan
  • 2. The myth of Leda and the Swan
  • 3. Leda was wife of the Tyndareus, king of Sparta
  • 4. Zeus fell in love with Leda
  • 5. Zeus fell in love with Leda
  • 6. and seduced her in the form of a swan
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  • 13. and came to lie with her
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  • 15. On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
  • 16. On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
  • 17. So, she had four children, two sets of twins
  • 18. and each set of twins was born from an egg
  • 19. The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus) and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
  • 20. The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus) and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
  • 21. The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus) and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
  • 22. The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus) and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
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