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The ancient Greeks believed that the gods had "Golden Blood" or ichor running through their veins instead of regular blood like mortals.

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Greek mythology called the blood of the gods, ichor. (golden blood.)

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The Ancient Greeks believed that the blood of the gods, ichor, was a mineral that was poisonous to mortals

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