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Chained to a rock in the mountains, where an eagle (some say a vulture) came every day and gnawed his liver. This went on for 30 years until the hero Hercules slew the b…ird, ending Prometheus's torment.
because he stoll the fire.
To punish Prometheus, Zeus chained Prometheus to a rock on a mountain peak. Every day an eagle tore at Prometheus's body and ate his liver, and every night the liver grew back….
Getting his liver teared out every day by an eagle
chained them to a rock and made suffur for doing wrong
One famous example was Prometheus, who had stolen fire from the gods.
because calabos's son stole Zeus's lightning bolt
Zeus cut Kronos inton pieces and cast the pieces into Tartarus, the huge pit in the Underworld. Kronos was then improsined there.
Zeus chained Prometheus to a rock for eternity and made him immortal, but only so vultures could peck his liver out over and over again. He eventually escaped withe the help o…f another Greek hero, who, if memory serves, was Hercules
because of his cruelty in the nature Calibos was spoiled by his mother, but he was handsome. Zeus gave him the wells of the moon in his care but Calibos instead hunted trapp…ed and killed every living creature. Including Zeus' herd of sacred flying horses, all except the one remaining horse Pegasus. As punishment for his shameful mark of vile cruelty, Zeus transformed him into a being abhorrent to human sight, becoming a mortal mockery and thus being shunned and forced to live as an outcast in the swamps and marshes. He had horns, a devil tale, and the face of a demon. His mother, Thetis (Goddess of the sea), retaliated by punishing Andromeda and the city. She ordered Andromeda to be killed as a virgin, or the city would suffer and be destroyed by a sea monster- the kraken.
Some stories say that all of the Titans were bound in Tartarus. Others say that all except Cronus were bound. Cronus was given fermented honey (otherwise known as mead) and on…ce passed out from drink, taken to the cave of Nyx (personification of night) and left to dream for all eternity. The latter represents that Cronus (personification of Life) could not be held within the confines of the Underworld (because doing so would end all life).
He ended up in Tartarus pushing a rock up a hill but never reaching the top for all eternity.
Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to mankind. As punishment for this, Prometheus was chained to a rock in Caucasus where an eagle ate his liver daily and, due to… Prometheus' immortality, it grew back every night. As for mankind, their punishment was sent in the form of Pandora and Pandora's Box, which contained all the evils, pain and illnesses.