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Perseus Constellation: Information About The Hero

It is stated that in the city of Joppa, in Palestine, guys applied to point out a spot with a host of tall, upright stones, which the neighborhood persons claimed had been all that was left of Phineus and his troops. A Roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius, took some of these which most resembled guys and had them set up in Rome as a reminder to his countrymen of the heroic deeds of Perseus. In a flash they were all turned to stone, the mockery stamped forever on their faces. Athena and Hermes helped him and provided winged sandals, a cap...