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Why does Acrisius place his daughter and her son in a sealed chest and then put them out to sea?

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Anonymous995483 | 10/11 2017 22:04
Instead, he had a house built all of bronze and sunk underground, but with part of the roof open to the sky so that light and air could come through. Here he shut her up and guarded her.
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Anonymous564483 | 16/01 2018 22:06
When her father learned a prophecy that he was destined to be killed by a son of his daughter, he locked Danae away in a subterranean, bronze chamber.
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Anonymous226601 | 03/04 2018 18:14
Why does Acrisius place his daughter and her son in a sealed chest and then put them out to sea?
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