Medusa is the option that is not associated with sponges.
medusa is not a god and no she did not get along
Of the choices choanocytes, medusa, spicules, or gemmules, Medusa is the option that is not associated with sponges.
Medusa had an affair with the god Poseidon.
Medusa was neither a god or a goddess. She was a monster; a Gorgon.
Medusa angered the goddess Athena.
medusa is a god the strongest god ever. When she walked anyone she hated died.Well kind of..... more like a Greek goddess.
Medusa was always a goddess called Medusa, if she was a goddess Athena only cursed her.
snakes. and lots of them.
A greek god did not kill Medusa. She was killed by Perseus, a famous greek hero.
No god killed Medusa, the hero Perseus killed Medusa with the guidance of Athena and Hermes. Pereseus did not have snakes for hair either, Medusa did. It was her punishment for laying with Poseidon in the Temple of Athena.
They are real to those who believe in them. However, Medusa was both female and not a god, and although Medusa was considered a monster, Hades wasn't exactly 'evil'.
Medusa was neither. She was a Gorgon. She was not immortal- she was killed by the hero Perseus.
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
medusa by my calculations
her head was her symbol with all the snakes on it
I'll make this as simple as possible. Poseidon, the sea god, was dating Medusa. Medusa was a beautiful woman at the time. Poseidon and Medusa snuck into Athena's house. Athena caught them together in her house and turned Medusa into what she is.
Medusa is not a god but very important in greek mytholigy.
Medusa wasn't a god. But was known/worshiped/seen as a serpent/snake godess/Priestess. She was turned from her original form into a snake-like person by Athena while she was with Poseidon.Medusa is not a god. In ancient Greek Mythology, Medusa was a monster who was so hideous that gazing upon her turned onlookers to stone.She was slain by the hero Perseus.
There is some debate, but most sources describe Medusa(and her sisters) as the daughter of Phorcys and Ceto.
Medusa and Poseidon (god of the seas) had sex in one of Athena's temples, which angered Athena.
I believe you are thinking of medusa.
It was actually a goddess- Athena, the goddess of wisdom. She caught Medusa and Poseidon together in her temple.
Medusa wasn't a goddess. She was one of the three Gordons. However unlike the others, Medusa was human to start with. She began as a mortal, very beautiful. Her beauty captured the attention of the god Poseidon. He raped her in the temple of Athena. Of course that angered the great Athena and so she cursed Medusa to become the terrifying creature was famously known for. Honestly, Medusa didn't deserve her punishment. But fate was cruel.
Athena Hates Poseidon and Medusa