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Pegasus
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Pegasus
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Pegasus
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Pegasus

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  • 1. PEGASUS Laura Rodríguez Jaimez Jenífer Ramírez Benítez 4t ESO B
  • 2. Meaning and etymology of name
    • The poet Heisod connects the name Pegasus with the word for ‘spring, well, pege’:’the pegai of Okeanos’ qhere he was born. A proposed etymology of the name is Luwian pihassas, meaning ‘lightning’.
  • 3. What it looks like
    • Pegasus is similar to a horse, but pegasus is a horse with wings.
  • 4. What it is like
    • Pegasus is a beautiful white horse. It has got two big wings and it can fly.
  • 5. How was born pegasus?
    • Pegasus was born from the blood of Medusa’s head when Perseus killed her. His brother Chrysaor was born at the same moment. Poseidon was the father.
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  • 6. The Pegasus story
    • Bellerophon tried to use Pegasus to fly to Mount Olympus, but Zeus was not amused and sent an insect to bite Pegasus. Pegasus then bucked off Bellerophon, who fell to earth and died.
    Mount Olympus
  • 7. The constellation of Pegasus
    • Its spent his days carrying lighting bolts for Zeus and he as a reward for his service, Zeus created a constellation for the winged equine in the night sky of the earth.
  • 8. Associated sites
    • Mount Helicon, where Pegasus kicked the mountain to stop it growing larger and Corinth, where the ill-fated hero Bellerophon captured him on the high hill of Acrocorinth.
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  • 9. In Greece
  • 10. Interesting fact
    • Pegasus is sometimes called "The Thundering Horse of Jove" and is thought to carry Zeus thunderbolts through the sky.
  • 11. Pegasus curiosities
    • It didn’t have any children and it can be captured and ridden.
  • 12. Nice photographies

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