'Persus' Astronomy Card

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In Greek mythology, Perseus was the son of Dana, who was sent by King Polydectes to bring the head of Medusa the Gorgon whose visage caused all who gazed upon her to turn to stone. Perseus slew Medusa in her sleep, and Pegasus and Chrysaor appeared from her body. Perseus then continued to the realm of Cepheus whose daughter Andromeda was to be sacrificed to Cetus the sea monster. Perseus flying on the back of Pegasus, rescued the princess from Cetus by turning it to stone with Medusa's head. He then turned Polydectes and his followers to stone and appointed Dictys the fisherman king. Perseus and Andromeda married and had six children. In the sky, Perseus lies near the constellations Andromeda, Cepheus, Cassiopeia Cetus, and Pegasus.

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This is a thick 16pt, FSC credited paper stock. With a light satin coating on the outside, the inside is left uncoated, making it easier for you to write your own message. Each card is individually scored, ensuring a clean fold and comes with a simple 100% recycled brown envelope. Made in the British Isles.

15.5 x 11cm