2006-11-05 [Hedda]: No comments yet? Lazy Elftowners! It's many minutes since I announced this project! ;)
2006-11-05 [Ariandra]: Count me in! This is something that I studied with our son when I homeschooled him last year! I'll have to dig out our resources though since we were packed for a move.
2006-11-05 [Elisha Kelly]: looks kinda interesting... :P
2006-11-05 [stevedoyle]: I wrote a couple of poems that you can have if you want them. Pegasus - SGD and The Birth of Pegasus - SGD In a comment on the second one, I explain the legend behind the birth.
2006-11-05 [Elisha Kelly]: your welcome :)
2006-11-06 [5thwitch]: I'm searching for pegasus rapresentation in classic art!
2006-11-07 [Sylvia Rote]: How about how pegasus in the movies? Such as "Clash of the Titans". I actually know that movie and the Greek myth it is based on by heart, and Pegasus was an important aspect of it. Though the movie does not follow the Greek myth, of course.
2006-11-07 [Sylvia Rote]: Should I post just one link on the movies page?
2006-11-07 [Hedda]: What do you mean? Post as many movies as you can. Or add an alternative URL for the movie too.
2006-11-07 [Sylvia Rote]: Well I mean more than one link for the same movie, becuase I know two good sites for movie information and reviews.
2006-11-07 [Guardian]: We studied the Pegasus from Edith Hamilton's Mythology. According to legend, Pegasus was born when Perseus beheaded Medusa. Bellerophon tamed Pegasus to serve as his steed during his travels, which include his famous slaying of the Chimaera. When he tried to fly Pegasus to Mount Olympus he was taken off Pegasus by Zeus. Pegasus continued on and made it to Mount Olympus, where he would remain as a carrier for Zeus' thunderbolts. Other myths say that Pegasus threw Bellerophan off and flew into the skies to become a constellation. --> Would this go in classic literature?