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Prometheus matchbox, fire myths series

Prometheus matchbox, fire myths series

10.00

Reproduced from an original linocut.

Long safety matches, approx. 40 per box. Black strike strip on both sides

The son of Zeus, Prometheus famously stole fire from the gods and gave it to mankind, concealed inside the hollow stem of a fennel stalk. As punishment for this theft, he was chained to a rock for all eternity. Each day, a vulture would fly in and eat his liver, which would regrow overnight to be eaten anew the next morning. Prometheus endured this torment until he was finally freed by Hercules as one of his Twelve Labours.

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