No, Medusa is a Gorgon from Greek mythology.
she was the sister of medusa
Stheno, Euryale, and Medusa were the three Gorgon sisters in Greek mythology. Medusa was famously decapitated by the hero Perseus.
Perseus was best known for decapitating the gorgon, Medusa.
Pegasus, son of Poseidon and Gorgon Medusa.
No, Pegusus sprang from the blood of the beheaded Medusa (a Gorgon) and is a creature from Greek mythology.
Yes, She is! The Gorgon Medusa was a female monster of Greek mythology. She had live snakes instead of hair.
Some animals named after Greek mythology are Pegasus, Medusa (gorgon), chimera, stymphailan bir(not sure if spelled right),
According to Greek mythology, a gorgon is a female monstrous beast that has snakes on her head in place of hair. Medusa is the most well known of the three gorgons.
Medusa was one of three beautiful sisters in Greek mythology. However, she was caught making out with Poseidon in the temple of Athena and was transformed into a gorgon in punishment. As a gorgon, she had scaly skin and snakes for hair. she was so ugly, that anyone who directly looked at her was turned into stone. Her sisters were Stheno and Euryale.
Aunt Em is Medusa. In Greek mythology, Medusa was a Gorgon with the ability to turn anyone who looked directly at her into stone.
The Gorgon creature is usually depicted as a female creature. The name Gorgon is derived from ancient greek word gorgÍ_s which means dreadful. Gorgon refers to any of the three creatures who have hair made from snakes. The most commonly know Gorgon is Medusa.
Medusa was not a Greek goddess. She did appear in their mythology, however, as the terrifying snake-haired Gorgon whose gaze turned you to stone. Her head's powers were eventually used as a weapon by the hero Perseus.
in Greek mythology Medusa was one of the three Gorgon's, the youngest and the only one who was mortal, she could turn people to stone just by looking at them. before her statue making days she was the girlfriend of the god of the sea Poseidon. they offended the goddess Athena by meeting up in her temple, not being powerful enough to take revenge on Poseidon she turned Medusa and her 2 sisters who helped her get into the temple into the three Gorgon's.
The gorgon was a very dangerous monster, in Greek mythology, the mere sight of whom could turn people to stone. There were three of them, the best known being named Medusa.
He was a hero in mythology, best known for slaying the Gorgon Medusa.
(Greek mythology) a woman transformed into a Gorgon by Athena; she was slain by Perseus. As this is the case she can only have come from the realms of mans imagination.
Medusa was neither a god or a goddess. She was a monster; a Gorgon.
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The word here may be Medusa, a snake-tressed gorgon of Greek mythology. The name medusa is also applied to the free-swimming stage of marine cnidarians (jellyfish, stinging nettles).
A Gorgon is a female creature or monster in Greek mythology. This term comes from the ancient Greek word gorges, meaning dreadful. Several Gorgons appear in ancient Greek literature. Medusa is a popular Gorgon in modern culture, she was a female with a monstrous face and a head of snakes instead of hair.
Yes, in Rick Riordan's book 'The Lightning Thief', Percy Jackson cuts off the Gorgon Medusa's head. In actual Greek mythology, the hero Perseus also decapitates her.
No, Medusa is from Greek mythology.
they were monsters with snakes as hair and when they looked at others they turned them to stone. the three gorgon sisters were Stheno ,Euryale , and the most known of them all is Medusa.