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The labyrinth of the minotaur

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De Eva Ortega Carrasco

De Eva Ortega Carrasco


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  • 1. THE LABYRINTH OFTHE MINOTAUROnce upon a time, along time ago, ahorrible monster livedin the centre of a hugelabyrinth on the islandof Crete.
  • 2. The Minotaur had a bulls head and a mans body and fedwith (se alimentaba de) humans who came in the maze (laberinto).
  • 3. A brave prince from Athens sailed towards (se embarcóhacia) the island of Crete to fight against the monster.
  • 4. When the prince arrived on the island of Crete, he metthe daughter of King Minos: the princess Ariadne.
  • 5. She wanted to save his life because shefell in love with Theseus.
  • 6. She gave him a ball of wool (ovillo de lana) to help himfind his way out of the Labyrinth.
  • 7. When the prince Theseus arrived to the centre of themaze he found the fearsome (temible) Minotaur.
  • 8. They fought several hours and finallyTheseus was victorious.
  • 9. Theseus followed the thread (hilo) until themain gate (puerta).
  • 10. He met Ariadne outside the labyrinth and theyhurried (se apresuraron) to the port of Crete.
  • 11. King Minos was terribly furious when he found out (sedio cuenta) that the Minotaur had been killed and hisdaughter had sailed to Athens with Theseus.
  • 12. He decided to punish (castigar) the architects of thelabyrinth: Daedalus and his son Icarus were abandoned inthe centre of the maze.
  • 13. But Daedalus was a skillful worker. He made wings forflying using feathers (plumas) and beeswax (cera de abejas).
  • 14. Daedalus and his son Icarus flewleaving the maze behind.
  • 15. Icarus flew so high that the sun melted (derritió) the waxby which his wings were glued, the wings shattered (sehicieron añicos) and they fell into the water.
  • 16. Finally, Ariadne and Theseus were Queen and Kingof Athens and they all lived happily ever after.

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