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The Minotaur - a half-man and half-bull creature.

The King of Crete - Minos - confined it to a labyrinth created by Daedalus and fed it human sacrifices - young people from Athens sent as 'tribute' to Minos.

It was slain by Theseus with the help of Ariadne, daughter of Minos.

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In Greek mythology, a Minotaur was kept in a labyrinth. This creature was part man and part bull. His head and feet were like a bull's, but he walked upright and had a body like a man.

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