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Theseus the man behind the legendThe boy bull dancer against the Minotaurimage The secret birth of the Hero In the tradition of Moses and King Arthur his birth was surrounded by secrecy his upbringing in a provincial town away from the eyes of his rivals This was to protect him until he could come to the aid of his fatherThe citadel of Troizen where the Palace stands was built by giants before anyone remembers But the Palace was built by my great grandfather At sunrise if you look at it from Kalauria across the strait the columns glow fire red and the walls are golden It shines bright against the dark woods on the mountainsideOur house is Hellene sprung from the seed of Ever Living Zeus We worship the Sky Gods before Mother Dia and the gods of earth And we have never mixed our blood with the blood of the Shore People who had the land before usMy grandfather had about fifteen children in his household when I was born But his ueen and her sons were dead leaving only my mother born in wedlock As for my father it was said in the Palace that I had been fathered by a god By the time I was five I had perceived that some people doubted this But my mother never spoke of it; and I cannot remember a time when I should have cared to ask her Poseidon god of the sea horses and earthuakes The seven year old Theseus was to serve at the temple of Poseidon where he found the gift of the godAnother boy came to the sanctuary He said “Who is your father towhead”With a bold front and sinking belly I answered “Poseidon That’s why I am here”image One day of midsummer when I was ten years old the noon stillness seemed heavier than I had ever known it The grass of the grove was pale with drought; the mat of pine needles muffled every sound No bird was singing; even the cicadas were dumb; the pine tops stood unmoving against the deep blue sky as stiff as bronze When I wheeled in the tripod its rattling seemed like thunder and made me uneasy I could not tell why I trod soft footed and kept the vessels from chinking And all the while I was thinking “I have felt this before”I was glad to have done and did not go to the spring but straight outside where I stood with my skin prickling Up came Simo and said to me “Well son of Poseidon Have you been talking to Father”I could not endure his voice sawing at the stillness The offended silence seemed to brood around us “Go away” I said “Can’t you feel Poseidon is angry”He stared at me; then gave a jeering whinny As it left his mouth the air above us was loud with whirring wings All the birds in the grove had left their trees and hung above uttering their warning calls At the sound I tingled all over body limbs and head I did not know what oppressed me so; but Simo’s laughter was past bearing I shouted “Get out” and stamped my footMy foot struck the earth; and the earth movedI felt a rumbling and a sideways ripple such as some huge horse’s flank might give to shake off flies There was a great noise of cracking timber and the roof of the shrine came leaning down toward us Men shouted women shrieked dogs barked howled and suddenly there was cold water all about my feet It was pouring out from the sanctuary from the rocks of the holy springI stood half dazed In all the din I felt my head clear and lighten like the air after thunder “It was this” I thought “I felt it coming” Then I remembered how I had felt strange and cried when I was four years oldEverywhere in the precinct and beyond people invoked Poseidon Earth Shaker and vowed him offerings if he would be still Then close at hand I heard a voice weeping and bawling Simo was walking backwards his clenched fist pressed in homage to his brow and crying “I believe I believe Don’t let him kill me”As he blubbered he backed into a slab of rock and went down flat and started to roar so that the priests came running thinking he was hurt He went on babbling and pointing at me while I stood too shaken to be glad swallowing tears and wishing for my mother No one was killed in the earthuake; and of the houses cracked or broken none fell right down My grandfather sent the Palace workmen with two new columns for the shrine; they mended the conduit of the holy spring and the water returned to its course again He came out himself to see the work and called me to him“I hear” he said “that the god sent you a warning”I had been long alone with my thought till I hardly knew the truth any longer; but this came as true to me He knew such things because he was priest as well as king My mind rested“Henceforth” he said “you will know it again If it comes to you run out of doors and call to the people that Poseidon is angry Then they can save themselves before the houses fall Such warnings are a favor of the god Try to be worthy” At seventeen his mother leads him to the hidden shrine of Zeus where he will learn of his real fatherShe led me up to the sacred oak and stopped; and I saw at her feet a stoneI knew it I had found it as a boy when Dexios and I first went tiptoe to the oak wood daring each other under the gaze of the trees; the dryads who live there stare harder into one’s back than anywhere else I know It was an old gray slab; put there for an altar I suppose when Zeus first hurled his thunder I had never met anyone there yet often there were fresh ashes as if someone had been offering Now they were there again looking almost warm Suddenly I wondered if it was my mother who came Perhaps she had had some omen she meant to tell me of I turned to her feeling gooseflesh on my arms“Theseus” she said Her voice sounded hoarse and I looked at her surprised She blinked and I saw her eyes were wet “Do not be angry with me; it is no choice of mine I swore your father the oath gods dare not break; or I would not do it I promised him by the River and the Daughters of Night not to tell you who you are unless by yourself you could lift this stone”For a moment my heart leaped up; royal priestesses do not take such vows at the bidding of base born men Then I looked again and saw why she had weptShe swallowed so hard that I heard it “The proofs he left for you are buried there He said I should try you at sixteen but I saw it was too soon But now I must” Her tears ran down and she wiped her face with her handsPresently I said “Very well Mother But sit over there and do not watch me”I crouched by the stone and dug with my hands to find the lower edge Then I loosened it round scraping like a dog the earth away hoping to find it thinner at the other end But it was thicker there So I went back and straddled it and hooked my fingers under it and pulled I could not even stir itIt put me in a rage I seized the stone and worried at it like a beast than a man feeling my hands bleed and my sinews cracking I had forgotten even my mother till I heard the sound of her skirt and her running feet and her voice crying “Stop”I turned to her with my face dripping sweat I was so beside myself that I shouted at her as if she had been a peasant “I told you to stay away”“Are you mad Theseus” she said“You will kill yourself”“Why not” I saidimage A harper told his tale of how the great lintels were lifted up to create StonehengeI had been dreaming; and being wakened remembered my dream I had seen the Hyperborean sanctuary great hoists and engines standing against a gray sky great stones rising and kings leaning on the levers And a thought came to me sent straight from the godI got up and went out to the yard of the Palace woodman I found a short thick log and two longer ones whose ends I trimmed to wedges I bound them up and getting them unhandily on my shoulders—for I was not used to carrying burdens—set out for the oak woodSunrise glowed red as I climbed along the gorge; when I reached the grove I saw the altar slab all scattered with brightness like the harper’s robe I put down my load and prayed to Apollo“Paian Apollo” I said to him “Apollo Longsight If I am offending any god by this send me an omen”I looked up Blue had come into the sky; and wheeling high above I saw an eagle He tilted his wing and swept away to the left and the boughs hid him “Well” I thought “no god could say better than that” and then “I should have come before to him” For I had felt too much and reasoned too little hearing what I was ready to hear not what had been said There had been nothing at all about raising the stone with my bare hands; only that I must do it aloneI worked the lever well under and stretched my back; the end of the stone rose up and I kicked the fulcrum under Then when I was going to bear down I remembered there was something to get out from below; when I let go of the lever the stone would fall again I sat down to think on the root of the oak tree; and seeing it stand above the ground I saw my way It was lucky I had brought a longer lever It would just reach to wedge under the oak rootThe bundle distasted me; I wished my work undone and the hidden fate left sleeping in the earth Then I shook myself like a dog and snatched at the cloth and jerked it Gold tumbled and flashed in the light Some knowledge came to me that I must not let the thing fall to the ground that it would be a bad omen I am a man who can move uickly on a thought and I caught it in mid air Then I knew why it must not fall It was a swordThe cloth had kept clean the hilt from earth I saw it was richer than my grandfather’s The grip was a cunning knot of twisted serpents; their outthrust heads made the guard and their tails overlapped the blade which though green with time was perfect still the work of a master swordsmith I thought “A Hellene longsword He was a gentleman at least” His mother tells Theseus of his father and the land he rules“There was a reason” she said She picked up the comb and pulled her hair forward “He said to me ‘If he has not brawn he will need wit If he has neither he may still be a good son to you in Troizen So keep him there Why send him to die in Athens’”“In Athens” I said staring“What is his name” I said “I must have heard it but I don’t remember”“Aigeus” she said as if she were listening to herself “Aigeus son of Pandion son of Kekrops They are of the seed of Hephaistos Lord of the Earth Fire who married the Mother”“There was a reason” she said again “We must find a ship to send you to Athens”This marks the true start of his many adventures;Theseus walks along the Isthmus where he defeated many cruel robbersHe is welcomed in Eleusis as the Corn King who reigns for one year and then is sacrificed he ends this traditionAt Athens the witch priestess Medea tries to poison himHis father greets him as son and together they vanuish the enemies of AthensThe Cretan tax gathers take Athenian young men and girls for the Bull DanceTheseus takes the place of oneimage The Cretan Bull will decide their fates and the fates of the Greek kingdomsEnjoy

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The King Must DieAs ruler of the people Pittheus is a good judge of character and believes Theseus will make a good ruler Pylas The son of the King of Megara Pylas is a good warrior and becomes a good friend of Theseus although he dies at a young age Pylas senses that Theseus will change the customs in Eleusis and The King Must Die couk Renault Mary The King Must Die is the first of two books about Theseus the killer of the minotaur Mary Renault places the legend in an historic place with San Torini the Cretan labyrinth and the Minoan culture as a foundation for the story It is a beautifully written story with the character of Theseus drawn persuasively A very enjoyable read about a story everyone knows the twist is the history THE KING MUST DIE CHORDS by Elton John Intro Dm DmC Bbmaj Am A Dm DmC Bb Asus A Dm G CG G No man's a jester playing Shakespeare F G Gsus G Round your throne room floor Gm While the juggler's act is danced upon Asus A Dm GD The crown that you once wore Dm G CG G And sooner or later F G Gsus G Everybody's kingdom must end Gm And I'm so afraid your courtiers Asus A Dm Cannot Books similar to The King Must Die Theseus Find books like The King Must Die Theseus from the world’s largest community of readers Goodreads members who liked The King Must Die Theseus The king must allow opposition Korea JoongAng The king must allow opposition Lee Ha kyung The author is the chief editor of the JoongAng Ilbo Elder statesman Yoo Ihn tae a former lawmaker of the Democratic Party DP knows no fear When he was sentenced to death for student activism by the Park Chung Hee regime in his s he burst into laughter “It was crazy How could my action deserve the death penalty? Getting slapped by a The King | Netflix Official Site Today he's king With the crown heavy on his head he holds England's fate in his hands Watch trailers learn Netflix Netflix UNLIMITED TV SHOWS MOVIES TRY DAYS FREE SIGN IN The King R h m Dramas Wayward Prince Hal must turn from carouser to warrior king as he faces hostilities from inside and outside the castle walls in the battle for England Starring Timothe. This is a fictional imagining of the real life adventures of Theseus that ended up being the origin of the Ancient Greek myth of Theseus The story follows the same outlines of the myth less the direct interventions of the gods and minus the actual existence of minotaurs However that doesn't mean the gods play no role in the story The narrative is in the first person voice of Theseus and he considers himself to be the son—in a spiritual sense—of Poseidon His faith in Poseidon leads to prayers and divine guidance that is similar to current day language used by Christian believersIf this story has any historicity it would have occurred circa 12th century BC when Minoan dominance was nearing its end As the story begins the surrounding nations are still reuired to pay tribute to Knossos Among these obligations included the sending of a certain number of young people each year to be bull dancers—a form of bull fighting where a number of dancers are in the arena at the same time with the bull and their role was to entertain the crowd by teasing the bull This includes such things as vaulting somersaults off the top of the bull when it charges Their life expectancy is short and when Theseus volunteers to be a member of the contingent it is considered to be his death sentence view spoilerThe young people to be sent are selected in a public lottery which I couldn't help but notice was similar to the plot to the book and movie The Hunger Games The fact that Theseus is subseuently instrumental in putting an end to this subservience to a stronger alien power also echos the plots of Catching Fire and Mockingjay hide spoiler