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Tantalus It is from this story that the word ‘tantalizing’ comes.
Hades (later referred to as Plouton)
Helios, the sun god Phaeton seeks assurance that his mother, Clymene, is telling the truth that his father is the sun god Helios. When Phaeton obtains his father’s promise to drive the sun chariot as proof, he fails to control it and the Earth is in danger of burning up when Phaeton is killed by a thunderbolt from Zeus to prevent further disaster.
Zeus For that, Zeus ordered him to be chained on top of the Caucasus. Every day an eagle would come and eat his liver, but since Prometheus was immortal, his liver always grew back, so he was left to bear the pain every day
Helen of Troy (Leda was married to Tyndareus, king of Sparta at the time)
A LAUREL TREE