Morgan Wilson
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'Poseidon of Melos. Poseidon is normally depicted with a beard and he commonly carries a trident which he used to split rocks or cause earthquakes. It is also common for him to appear with a dolphin, as with this marble statue created around 130 BCE on the island of Melos. Sometimes the dolphin or dolphins are pulling him along in a shell-chariot.

'Poseidon of Melos. Poseidon is normally depicted with a beard and he commonly carries a trident which he used to split rocks or cause earthquakes. It is also common for him to appear with a dolphin, as with this marble statue created around 130 BCE on the island of Melos. Sometimes the dolphin or dolphins are pulling him along in a shell-chariot.

Pegasus (Greek) - is a winged white stallion. His parents are Poseidon and Medusa. He has a role of horse-god. Pegasus was born at a single birth when his mother was decapitated by Perseus. Friend of the Muses, Pegasus is the creator of Hippocrene, the fountain on Mt. Helicon.

Pegasus (Greek) - is a winged white stallion. His parents are Poseidon and Medusa. He has a role of horse-god. Pegasus was born at a single birth when his mother was decapitated by Perseus. Friend of the Muses, Pegasus is the creator of Hippocrene, the fountain on Mt. Helicon.

"Sparta has no walls because you, her warriors, are her walls. Sparta’s boundaries are undefined because these your spear-points define her borders. So when the Barbarians come, let them find nothing but death on the frontiers of Sparta!”  - Excerpt from the novel, the Queen of Sparta.

"Sparta has no walls because you, her warriors, are her walls. Sparta’s boundaries are undefined because these your spear-points define her borders. So when the Barbarians come, let them find nothing but death on the frontiers of Sparta!” - Excerpt from the novel, the Queen of Sparta.