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Antaeus Greek Mythology
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Antaeus Giant of Libya Son of Poseidon (God of the Sea) and Gaia (Titan of the Earth) Extremely strong as long as in contact with the ground (mother earth)
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Antaeus Once lifted in the air, he became weak as water
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Antaeus Challenged Others He wrestled them, killed them, collected their skulls to build temple for his father, Poisedon Heracles could not beat Antaeus by throwing him to the ground
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Heracles vs. Antaeus Heracles learned of his secret power Heracles held him in the air and crushed him in bearhug
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