Theseus and the Minotaur by Desirae laurino

Theseus moved the stone to discover his father's sword and shoes.
Theseus set off with 13 other people to go defeat the Minotaur.
Ariadne, King Minos' daughter, snuck into the cell where Theseus was because she was in love with him.
Ariadne told Theseus that the Minotaur lived in the labyrinth and he needed the sword and a spool of thread so he wouldn't get lost.
Theseus defeated the Minotaur and escaped with the group, taking Ariadne with them.
Ariadne got separated with them on the way back.
Theseus forgot to switch the sail color from black to white, so his father thought he was dead. Fortunately, he wasn't.

The end.

Credits:

Created with images by History Maps - "Greece - Theseus Kills the Minotaur 2" • Gruenemann - "Titania" • dimitrisvetsikas1969 - "pirate ship black pearl sailboat" • jellygator - "jail prison cell" • BotheredByBees - "plasticine labyrinth" • mikegoren - "Charging Minotaur" • Henry Hemming - "Lost at Sea" • Karen Roe - "Portsmouth 19-09-2012"

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