Do your best! Remember your folk tales, legends, and myths!
He thought she was too young.
He was a jealous man who worried about turning over power to another.
He thought she would love another man more than she loved her own father.
He was too confused to give his blessing.
Popo and Ixtla
Ixtla and her father
The story does not tell us.
All who committed suicide are resurrected.
Popo and Ixtla become volcanic mountains.
The father gets his kingdom back.
All the liars (about Popo) are put to death by the other warriors.
The obsidian weapon
The burial pyramid they built
The king's jealousy
1. legend 2. myth
1. fable 2. folk tale
1. folk tale 2. legend
1. fable 2. myth
The woman with the baby
The slave owner
They didn't see the back of it to see who really won.
The lion crafted it himself.
Anyone could make the statue show anything he/she wanted.
Everyone knows lions are always stronger than men (except Benaiah).
Be bigger than
He was more clever.
He was stronger.
He could make them angry with his words.
He had help from the sky god.
Someones scientific study.
What really happened.
His unhealthy pride
The dessert in Northern Africa
The amber sap in trees
Sunrise and sunset
He is trying to get back at Demeter for her cruelty.
He is lonely in the underworld.
He falls in love with her after his heart is pierced with an arrow.
He wants to eventually see a change of seasons.
She ate pomegranate seeds.
She is married to Pluto.
She promised to return yearly.
She is only truly happy there.
The Greeks only
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