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→ Myths
→ The seven-year old Theseus menaces the lion skin of Hercules with a two-headed axe
→ Theseus lifts the stone to find the sword and sandals of his father
→ Theseus on the road to Athens
→ Theseus tears apart Sinis the pine-bender by tying him to bent pines
→ The Crommyonian sow and Phaea
→ Theseus hurls Sciron down the cliffs
→ Theseus wrestles with Cercyon
→ Theseus uses the bed of Procrustes against its maker
→ Theseus is purified before entering Athens
→ Medea gives Theseus a drink containing the poison Aconiton
→ Aegeus snatches the poisoned cup from Theseus
→ Theseus and the bull of Marathon
→ Victims of the Minotaur
→ Theseus departs for Crete
→ Theseus arrives in Crete
→ Theseus, with the help of Amphitrite, recovers the ring thrown into the sea by Minos
→ Theseus meets Ariadne
→ Ariadne gives the thread to Theseus
→ Theseus is given the thread by both Ariadne and Phaedra
→ Theseus enters the labyrinth
→ Theseus in the labyrinth with the minotaur
→ Theseus kills the Minotaur
→ Theseus is thanked by the Athenians for killing the Minotaur
→ Theseus leaves Crete with Ariadne
→ Theseus leaves Crete with Ariadne and Phaedra
→ Theseus abandons Ariadne for Aegle
→ Theseus abandons Ariadne on Naxos
→ Ariadne tries to drown herself, but is saved by Jupiter
→ Bacchus and Ariadne
→ Theseus and Phaedra return to Athens
→ Aegeus hurls himself into the sea
→ Theseus and the Centaurs
→ Theseus initiates the Isthmian Games
→ Theseus and the Amazons
→ Theseus leads an Athenian army against Thebes
→ Theseus abducts Helen (or Korone)
→ Fight of Theseus and Pirithous against Cerberus
→ Theseus in Tartarus