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The labyrinth of the minotaur

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The labyrinth of the minotaur

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