Leda and the Swan
The myth of Leda and the Swan
Leda was wife of the Tyndareus,  king  of Sparta
Zeus fell in love with Leda
Zeus fell in love with Leda
and seduced her in the form of a swan
 
 
 
 
 
 
and came to lie with her
 
On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
So, she had four children, two sets of twins
and each set of twins was born from an egg
The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus)  and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus)  and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus)  and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus)  and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
Aliga 2008 [email_address] Rieu:  Once upon a time in the west   Aliga
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Leda And The Swan

  1. 1. Leda and the Swan
  2. 2. The myth of Leda and the Swan
  3. 3. Leda was wife of the Tyndareus, king of Sparta
  4. 4. Zeus fell in love with Leda
  5. 5. Zeus fell in love with Leda
  6. 6. and seduced her in the form of a swan
  7. 13. and came to lie with her
  8. 15. On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
  9. 16. On the same night Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus
  10. 17. So, she had four children, two sets of twins
  11. 18. and each set of twins was born from an egg
  12. 19. The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus) and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
  13. 20. The two boys were Polydeuces (son of Zeus) and Castor (son of Tyndareus).
  14. 21. The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus) and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
  15. 22. The two girls were Helen (daughter of Zeus) and Clytemnestra (daughter of Tyndareus)
  16. 23. Aliga 2008 [email_address] Rieu: Once upon a time in the west Aliga

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