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Answered 2011-01-20 01:45:48

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.

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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 is a snake woman that is the queen of the gorgon sisters, yes she is very evil! If you look at her in the eyes, she will turn you into a stone.

She was cursed by Athena.

Medusa was a beautiful female turn into a hideous monster(some also call her a Titan/Gorgon).She was evil bc of hatred.

She was evil, why do people get put in jail.

she turns people to stone

Medula was evil, this is attributed to the fact that she was ugly. She was evil because she was not immortal like her two sisters.

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Perseus used the severed head of the Medusa - to turn the Kraken into stone.

Safe because Perseus killed Medusa for a good reason. 1. Medusa is evil and Perseus is a hero. 2. Medusa killed a lot of men and women just by turning them into stones. 3. Medusa will be punished for being evil and Perseus will be rewarded for being a hero. Perseus is the hero who decapitated Medusa's head off her body by using his sword. Perseus is very smart and knows how to kill Medusa because he uses his shield as a reflection so that he won't look at her in the eyes just so he can see her using his shield as a mirror just by looking at it. He tricked Medusa and removed her head from her body!

nahhss she was really really pretty woman whose prettiest feature was her hair....

She is a Gorgon, Gorgons are women that are hediousley revolting and ugly from being cursed, Like Medusa, she used to be a beautiful woman but then she got cursed by a goddess and transformed into an ugly, evil snake-haired woman.

Medusa was turned into a monster by Goddess Athena. Medusa is and evil monster which has got a power to turn people into stone with her big, piercing eyes. She is a monster even though when she was younger she was an arrogant and beautiful lady which men would fight over. She has got a son whose name is Zytan.

Medusa doesn't mean anything she is a woman who has snakes as hair and is said to curse any one who looks into her eyes by turning them into stone.Medusa's name in Greek means guardian or protectress. But when someone calls another person a medusa, that is an insult similar to calling someone an evil person.Another answerRobert Graves, in the Greek Myths, gives the etymology of Medusa to mean cunning.

The myth of Perseus where he had to slay Medusa and free his mother from an evil king who wanted Perseus dead. The myth of Medusa is about a beautiful girl who was the object of affection of Poseidon. This girlwas Medusa. She and Poseidon had an affair in Athena's temple and turned her hair into snakes as punishment. The Odyssey is a good example of myths.

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Poseidon was Medusa's boyfriend and they were hanging out in Athena's temple. Then Athena turned Medusa into Medusa.

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Medusa was called Medusa... She had two sisters; Euryale and Stheno. They were the three Gorgons. Euryale and Stheno were immortal. Medusa was not.

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

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