bridle of Pegasus studies in magic, mythology and folklore by Warren Royal Dawson

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Published by Methuen in London .

Written in English

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Includes index.

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Statementby Warren R. Dawson.
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Paginationxv, 203p.
Number of Pages203
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Open LibraryOL18262188M

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In the midst of the battle, a thief watches from behind a pillar, waiting for his once in a lifetime chance to steal the golden bridle from Pegasus, the powerful winged stallion.3/3(1).

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The scene of her outburst is somewhat unnecessary in my opinion. Bellerophon meets Pegasus at a sacred spring, and the goddess Athena reminds him in a dream that the bridle of trust will hold him and his steed together as equals. Defeating the Chimera in a wild battle, he marries a princess and rules with her, but seeks Pegasus throughout his life/5(2).

Pegasus was fond of drinking from the spring of Peirene at Corinth. It was here that the hero Bellerophon, in need of a mount on which to attack the Chimaera, found the steed and tamed it with a golden bridle given him by Athena. Pegasus, tamed by the golden bridle. THE BRIDLING OF PEGASUS.

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This is a book for anyone who likes a good story. This is the first book of a 6-book series, for readers ages Enjoy. In Greek mythology the magical winged horse, Pegasus, can only be tamed with a golden bridle.

Bellerophon needs Pegasus to slay the Chimera and he spends months trying to catch him but he is unsuccessful.

Finally he prays to the gods for help and he is instructed to. The story starts out with an epic battle that is taking place in Olympus and is told from the perspective of Paelen, a thief who wants to steal Pegasus' golden bridle. When the war is all but lost, Pegasus escapes to the mortal world.

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He ran forth from the temple and found Pegasus drinking at the Corinthian spring, Pirene. Once Pegasus spotted the shine of the gold, Bellerophon put the charmed bridle on the noble steed's head with little difficulty.

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