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Apollo Mini Figure
$44.99
"Apollo was the son of Zeus and Leto, and the twin brother of Artemis. Best known as the god of healing, music, poetry, and archery, he was often seen with his lyre and his bow and arrow. During the Trojan War, when Apollo was angry with the Greek king Agamemnon, he sent down a rain of plague-infected arrows on the Greek army.

3"" scale."

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Athena Mini Figure
$69.99
"Athena was the goddess of wisdom and war. In ancient times, the people of Athens made her their chief god, naming their city after her. She was the child of Zeus by Metis, and the story of her birth is very strange. When Metis became pregnant, Zeus feared that he might be overthrown by a son, so he swallowed Metis to prevent this from happening. But no sooner had he done so than he began to have terrible headaches. So Hephaestus, the lame blacksmith of the gods, kingly split Zeus's head open with an axe and Metis's child, Athena, sprang out, fully armed.

Measures approximately 3"" scale."

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Odysseus
$124.99
"While many heroes owe their fame to their divine parentage, Odysseus was not the son of a god. He earned his place in legend both for his valor and his intelligence. On an epic sea voyage, Odysseus and his men were captured by Polyphemus the Cyclops - a gigantic one-eyed monster. The Cyclops trapped the men in a cave, barricading the door with a heavy boulder and eating two of them a day. Unfortunately for the Cyclops, Odysseus was the most wily of all the Greek kings and he devised a cunning escape plan. He sharpened a long stake and then offered the Cyclops some strong wine. Never having tasted wine, the Cyclops became drunk and fell asleep, so Odysseus was able to blind him with the stake. In the morning the blind Cyclops rolled the boulder away from the cave entrance to let out his flock, feeling the back of each goat as it passed to ensure that no man escaped. But Odysseus and his crew got away by clinging to the bellies of the goats, leaving the Cyclops smarting from his defeat. 6"" tall."
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Poseidon Mini Figure
$39.99
"Poseidon, the brother of Zeus, was god of the sea. He could either keep the sea calm or raise up storms and tempests to drown even the best of sailors. Poseidon carried a trident and would ride across the ocean in a chariot pulled by horses. Horses were sacred to the god and some myths say that he created them as a gift for the people of Athens. Poseidon was also known as the ""Earth Shaker"", who was responsible for causing earthquakes, usually as an angry response to someone's wrongdoings.

3"" tall."

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The Cyclops
$44.99 $49.99
"While many heroes owe their fame to their divine parentage, Odysseus was not the son of a god. He earned his place in legend both for his valor and his intelligence. On an epic sea voyage, Odysseus and his men were captured by Polyphemus the Cyclops - a gigantic one-eyed monster. The Cyclops trapped the men in a cave, barricading the door with a heavy boulder and eating two of them a day. Unfortunately for the Cyclops, Odysseus was the most wily of all the Greek kings and he devised a cunning escape plan. He sharpened a long stake and then offered the Cyclops some strong wine. Never having tasted wine, the Cyclops became drunk and fell asleep, so Odysseus was able to blind him with the stake. In the morning the blind Cyclops rolled the boulder away from the cave entrance to let out his flock, feeling the back of each goat as it passed to ensure that no man escaped. But Odysseus and his crew got away by clinging to the bellies of the goats, leaving the Cyclops smarting from his defeat. 6.5"" scale."
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The Minotaur
$74.99
"Theseus, legendary hero of Athens, made great journeys and carried out many brave deeds, but he is best remembered for his battle with the Minotaur - a savage monster with a man's body and a bull's head. After King Minos of Crete defeated King Aegeus of Athens, he demanded that the Athenians send seven young men and seven young maidens every year to Crete as a sacrifice to the man-eating Minotaur. Aegeus's son, Theseus, volunteered to go as one of the seven young men and kill the fearsome Minotaur. The beast lived in a maze called the Labyrinth from which no one had ever escaped. It is here that Theseus slew him, retracing his path to find his way out again using a ball of string.

Includes club. 6"" scale."

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Theseus
$119.99
"Theseus, legendary hero of Athens, made great journeys and carried out many brave deeds, but he is best remembered for his battle with the Minotaur - a savage monster with a man's body and a bull's head. After King Minos of Crete defeated King Aegeus of Athens, he demanded that the Athenians send seven young men and seven young maidens every year to Crete as a sacrifice to the man-eating Minotaur. Aegeus's son, Theseus, volunteered to go as one of the seven young men and kill the fearsome Minotaur. The beast lived in a maze called the Labyrinth from which no one had ever escaped. It is here that Theseus slew him, retracing his path to find his way out again using a ball of string.

Includes helmet, spear, shield and cloak. 6"" tall."

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Zeus Mini Figure
$64.99
"Zeus, the god of sky and thunder, was the king of all the gods and the ruler of Mount Olympus. ""Father Zeus,"" as he was known, sat in judgement over both gods and mortals, striking down evil-doers with thunderbolts or sentencing them to a variety of horrible punishments. Over time, Zeus had many children, mortal and immortal, including the hero Heracles and the gods Apollo and Artemis.

Measures approximately 3"" tall."

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