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Published: 01.12.1996.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Tantalus
<Tab/>The name Tantalus has been modified in several ways, from how it was used in classical time to modern time. The definition given in the Oxford English Dictionary is " a Lydian king, son of Zeus, father of Pelops, for his crime which induced killing Pelops and offering his flesh to the gods was punished in Tartarus by being provided with fruit and water which reduced after he reached for them." This definition best fits with the way the word was used in classical times. Tantalus was a disgrace to the gods, as he abused their friendship, and showed no respect t…

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