answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2010-12-28 01:08:44

No he was not mad because he was turned to stone when he stared at Medusa.

Then was alive again and Made love to Medusa and had 500000 children then He dumped Medusa for another god because Medusa was UGLY

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
1

Your Answer

Related Questions


no she is his ex-girlfriend. athena caught posidon and her in athenas temple and turned her into a monster


no..... Medusa and Poseidon were having an affair in Athena's temple and Athena got mad so she turned Medusa into a hideous creature.


Athena caught Poseidon and Medusa having sex in athena's temple and turned her because she was mad.


mainly athena mad at athena for dating her boyfriend poseidon god of the seas


Athena was the one that cursed Medusa. She caught Medusa, then a beautiful sea nymph, meeting with Poseidon in one of her temples. Athena was so mad that she cursed Medusa with snake hair and eyes that will turn people into stone. This is probably why Athena helped Perseus kill Medusa and then placed Medusa's head on her shield.


Madusa wasn't a god posidon tried to rape her and she went to the temple of Athena for help but athena felt disgraced and turned her to a monster


Medusa didn't just 'go out' with Poseidon. They had sex in Athena's temple (which is greatly disrespectful, also considering that Athena is one of the three virgin goddesses). So, she got mad and turned Medusa into a gorgon. That is why Medusa hates Athena.



well, she didn't get mad when they were together but she got mad when they met in her temple/palace.


I don't know why? actually, becuz maybe she jealous goddess! do u feel sorry or Medusa I do and geez she didn't do anything! so Y Athena are so mad at her for nothing? ha exctatalley. Medusa is SO innocent 100%.


one reason is that he raped medusa in her temple.


Medusa was always a goddess called Medusa, if she was a goddess Athena only cursed her.


Athena was angry that Medusa slept with Poseidon in her temple, so she turned her into a Gorgon. ____ Some myths say Medusa was a priestess of Athena and that she (Medusa) was raped by Poseidon in Athena's temple. Athena didn't care that Medusa was raped Athena just cared that her temple was defiled.


Athena doesn't like Medusa because Medusa once made love to Poseidon in Athena's temple. Athena then turned Medusa and her sisters into the hideous Gorgons.


Athena didn't kill Medusa. Perseus is the hero who did that. Athena only turned Meduas into a monster.


Athena turned Medusa into a monster with snakes for hair. Whenever someone looked at Medusa after she was cursed, they would be turned to stone. Athena did this to Medusa because Medusa was one of Poseidon's lovers and they one day met in Athena's temple.



Athena, a goddess did this to her. When Medusa was a very beautiful girl, she asked to visit the south. Athena did not let her. So then Medusa therantened her that she would dare say she was jealous of her beauty. Then Athens got mad and cursed with ugliness. She was so ugly whoever looks her in the eye will turn to stone.


Yes Athena cursed medusa because she was a priest and she was raped by poseidon in her temple .


athena is medusa's enemy because athena turned medusa into a horrible gorgon when she was caught sleeping with poseidon in her temple


no because Athena made her like that: posiedon were on a date and medusa said she looked a lot better than Athena and Athena turned her into a monster.


Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, did because Medusa said she was prettier than Athena (Medusa used to be beautiful), so Athena punished her with ugliness. Another version of this myth is that Medusa was a lover of Poseidon and Athena was a little jealous (though she was a virgin goddess). When they went to her temple together, Athena was insulted and made Medusa and her two sisters hideous.


No. Medusa was a Greek "monster" created by Athena.


Athena put the head of Medusa on her shield.


Medusa angered the goddess Athena.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.