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===Death===
 
===Death===
 
In most versions of the story, she was [[Beheading|beheaded]] by the [[Greek hero|hero]] [[Perseus]], who was sent to fetch her head by King [[Polydectes]] of Seriphus. In his conquest, he received a mirrored shield from [[Athena]], gold, winged sandals from [[Hermes]], a sword from [[Hephaestus]] and Hades' helm of invisibility. Medusa was the only one of the three Gorgons who was mortal, so Perseus was able to slay her while looking at the reflection from the mirrored shield he received from Athena. During that time, Medusa was pregnant by [[Poseidon]]. When Perseus beheaded her, [[Pegasus]], a winged horse, and [[Chrysaor]], a golden sword-wielding giant, sprang from her body.
 
In most versions of the story, she was [[Beheading|beheaded]] by the [[Greek hero|hero]] [[Perseus]], who was sent to fetch her head by King [[Polydectes]] of Seriphus. In his conquest, he received a mirrored shield from [[Athena]], gold, winged sandals from [[Hermes]], a sword from [[Hephaestus]] and Hades' helm of invisibility. Medusa was the only one of the three Gorgons who was mortal, so Perseus was able to slay her while looking at the reflection from the mirrored shield he received from Athena. During that time, Medusa was pregnant by [[Poseidon]]. When Perseus beheaded her, [[Pegasus]], a winged horse, and [[Chrysaor]], a golden sword-wielding giant, sprang from her body.
[[File:Medusa Royal Palace Turin.jpg|thumb|Head of Medusa, gate of the [[Royal Palace of Turin]]]]
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[[File:Medusa Royal Palace Tuyour gay nigga hahaharin.jpg|thumb|Head of Medusa, gate of the [[Royal Palace of Turin]]]]
   
 
[[Jane Ellen Harrison]] argues that "her potency only begins when her head is severed, and that potency resides in the head; she is in a word a mask with a body later appended... the basis of the [[Gorgoneion]] is a [[cult (religion)|cultus object]], a ritual mask misunderstood."<ref name="Harrison">Harrison, p. 187.</ref>
 
[[Jane Ellen Harrison]] argues that "her potency only begins when her head is severed, and that potency resides in the head; she is in a word a mask with a body later appended... the basis of the [[Gorgoneion]] is a [[cult (religion)|cultus object]], a ritual mask misunderstood."<ref name="Harrison">Harrison, p. 187.</ref>
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