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Prometheus Bound: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

  Prometheus stole fire and gave it to men. But when Zeus learned of it, he ordered Hephaestus to nail his body to Mount Caucasus. On it Prometheus was nailed and kept bound for many years. Every day an eagle … Continue reading

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Prometheus, Fire, and Psychopathy

Interpreted by author Prometheus, a Greek Titan, inspired by The Fall of Paeton, an engraving by Hendrik Goltzius (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) Prometheus stole fire and gave it to men. But when Zeus learned of it, he ordered … Continue reading

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