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Acrisius, the King of Argos, received a disturbing prophecy from the oracle at Delphi. According to the prophecy, at some point, the son his daughter Danae would have, would kill him. As he wanted to be on the safe side, he imprisoned his daughter in the palace. However, the king of gods, Zeus, managed to unite with Danae, transformed into golden rain. Then, Acrisius put his daughter and his grandson in a basket, who were washed away to Serifos by the waves. The grandson, known also as Perseus, grew up in Serifos. He remained famous in mythology, since, with the help of the goddess Athena, who gave him winged sandals and her shield, he decapitated Medusa. Then, he used Medusa’s head to petrify Polydektes, who was the king of the island at the time, who harassed Danae. Danae, who was finally free, made king Dikti her spouse. The blood that dripped from Medusa’s decapitation was the reason the winged horse, Pegasus, was born.