Theseus or Hercules?
Theseus is most worthy of emulation. He was a great hero in Athens. "Theseus
was, of course bravest of the brave as all heroes are, but unlike the other heroes he was as
compassionate as he was brave." (p. 159). Theseus also was a man of bravery, intellect
and bodily strength. Hercules on the other hand was what all Greece except Athens most
admired. He was very strong but wasn't too smart. Hercules never thought of the
consequences that his actions would bring about before he followed through with them.
First, Theseus was very strong. He fought many terrible horrendous monsters such
as the Minotaur, "..a monster, half bull, half human.." (), and went on many great
ventures such as the Quest for the Golden Fleece. Theseus showed his great...
Excerpt from file: TheseusorHercules? Theseusismostworthyofemulation.HewasagreatheroinAthens. "Theseus was,ofcoursebravestofthebraveasallheroesare,butunliketheother heroeshewasas compassionateashewasbrave."(p.159).Theseusalsowasamanofbravery, intellect andbodilystrength.HerculesontheotherhandwaswhatallGreeceexcept
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