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Now regarded as a local hero after killing the Minotaur, Jason is approached by elderly Itheus to find his daughter Demetria, who went missing in the forest and has been captured by the Maenads, a group of female worshipers of the god Dionysus, in order to join their number. Jason sets out to find her accompanied by Pythagoras and Hercules, but they are caught by the Maenads and meet Medusa, another unwilling abductee, who helps them escape with Demetria. They are pursued by the high priestess Anysia, but Jason and Medusa thwart the attackers, though Jason fears the dying Anysia has cursed Medusa. On his return, the Oracle again tells him that the fate of Atlantis lies in his hands. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Pythagoras' tale of the maenads being able to draw milk and honey from rivers refers to stories of them performing miracles, such as drawing milk from the ground using their nails and having thyrsus (sacred staves) from which dripped honey. See more »

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