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Pegasus was caught by the Greek hero Bellerophon , near the fountain Peirene , with the help of Athena and Poseidon. Pegasus allowed Bellerophon to ride him in order to defeat the monstrous Chimera , which led to many other exploits.
Bellerophon later fell from the winged horse's back while trying to reach Mount Olympus. Afterwards, Zeus transformed Pegasus into the eponymous constellation.
A proposed etymology of the name is Luwian pihassas , meaning "lightning", and Pihassassi , a local Luwian- Hittite name in southern Cilicia of a weather god represented with thunder and lightning.
The proponents of this etymology adduce Pegasus' role, reported as early as Hesiod , as the bringer of thunderbolts to Zeus.
It was first suggested in and remains widely accepted,  but Robin Lane Fox has criticized it as implausible.
Michael Brown, who has been studying ancient and medieval Greek poetry in the context of the Greek-North European dialogue, and has concluded from it that the word "Pegasus" is a pre-Celtic-PIE word, one which did not evolve into one of the numerous common names listed in both Greek and Western languages.
Miller, which is based on his work with Charles F. Osterhaus's analysis of the word and its relationships to Greek and Italian. According to legend, everywhere the winged horse struck his hoof to the earth, an inspiring water spring burst forth.
One of these springs was upon the Muses ' Mount Helicon , the Hippocrene "horse spring" ,  opened, Antoninus Liberalis suggested,  at the behest of Poseidon to prevent the mountain swelling with rapture at the song of the Muses; another was at Troezen.
Hesiod also says Pegasus carried thunderbolts for Zeus. There are several versions of the birth of the winged stallion and his brother Chrysaor in the far distant place at the edge of Earth, Hesiod's "springs of Oceanus, which encircles the inhabited earth, where Perseus found Medusa :.
One is that they sprang from the blood issuing from Medusa's neck as Perseus was beheading her,  similar to the manner in which Athena was born from the head of Zeus.
In another version, when Perseus beheaded Medusa, they were born of the Earth, fed by the Gorgon's blood. A variation of this story holds that they were formed from the mingling of Medusa's blood, pain and sea foam, implying that Poseidon had involvement in their making.
The last version bears resemblance to Hesiod 's account of the birth of Aphrodite from the foam created when Uranus 's severed genitals were cast into the sea by Cronus.
Pegasus aided the hero Bellerophon in his fight against the Chimera. There are varying tales about how Bellerophon found Pegasus; the most common  being that the hero was told by Polyeidos to sleep in the temple of Athena , where the goddess visited him in the night and presented him with a golden bridle.
The next morning, still clutching the bridle, Bellerophon found Pegasus drinking at the Pierian spring, caught him and eventually tamed him.
Michaud's Biographie universelle relates that when Pegasus was born, he flew to where thunder and lightning are released. Then, according to certain versions of the myth, Athena tamed him and gave him to Perseus, who flew to Ethiopia to help Andromeda.
Because of his years of faithful service to Zeus, Pegasus was later honoured with transformation into a constellation. The pegasus became a common element in British heraldry, appearing chiefly as a supporter or a crest.
Pegasi may also appear upon escutcheons , although this is rare. A pegasus rampant is featured on the arms of the Inner Temple , while those of the Richardson family contain a rare depiction of a pegasus sejant.
During World War II , the silhouetted image of Bellerophon the warrior, mounted on the winged Pegasus, was adopted by the United Kingdom 's newly raised parachute troops in as their upper sleeve insignia.
The image clearly symbolized a warrior arriving at a battle by air, the same tactics used by paratroopers.
One source suggests that the insignia was designed by famous English novelist Daphne du Maurier , who was wife of the commander of the 1st Airborne Division and later the expanded British Airborne Forces , General Frederick "Boy" Browning.
The maroon background on the insignia was later used again by the Airborne Forces when they adopted the famous maroon beret in Summer The beret was the origin of the German nickname for British airborne troops, the Red Devils.
Today's Parachute Regiment carries on the maroon beret tradition. In it was announced that the units of 16 Air Assault Brigade would once again use the Pegasus insignia after a year hiatus.
During the airborne phase of the Normandy invasion on the night of 5—6 June , British 6th Airborne Division captured all its key objectives in advance of the seaborne assault, including the capture and holding at all costs of a vital bridge over the Caen Canal , near Ouistreham.
In memory of their tenacity, the bridge has been known ever since as Pegasus Bridge. The winged horse is still featured on the Tuscan flag and coat of arms.
The winged horse has provided an instantly recognizable corporate logo or emblem of inspiration. Mobil Oil has had a Pegasus as its company logo since its affiliation with Magnolia Petroleum Company in the s.
Bellerophon and the Chimera, edge of an Attic red-figure epinetron thigh-protector used by a woman when weaving. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Mythological creature in Greek mythology. For the naiad, the water nymph, see Pegasis. For other uses, see Pegasus disambiguation. For other uses, see Winged horse disambiguation.
This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French. His appearance is top-heavy, muscular, and handsome, with orange hair, eyebrows and blue eyes.
Teenage Hercules wears a one-sleeved Greek tunic , and is represented an overgrown gangly youth who doesn't know his own strength and clumsily goes about inadvertently destroying things.
As a gawky and awkward teenager, Hercules is depicted as tall and thin, with broad, but stooped shoulders, extraordinarily long arms and legs, huge hands and pigeon-toed feet, a long skinny neck, and oversized ears.
After completing his hero training, Hercules physical changes to having larger biceps and pectorals and thickened neck, as well as a stance that changes from stooped and pigeon-toed to upright, with the chest puffed out and his feet now nicely turned out.
However, even as an adult, Hercules still retains some of his teenage flaws, such as being shy, awkward and his clumsiness.
As a hero, Hercules wears a brown-orange brass Cuirass -like tank armor tunic with a blue cape. In the original movie, instead of the demigod hero son of Zeus and the mortal Alcmene , Hercules was actually born on Mount Olympus with all the powers of a god, and his parents were Zeus and Hera , the latter of whom has been re-imagined as a loving mother instead of a spiteful stepmother.
However, one god is upset about the new arrival: Hercules' evil uncle Hades , who wants to take control of Olympus and the world along with all of creation.
Knowing that as a god, Hercules is immortal and invulnerable, Hades sends his two lackeys, Pain and Panic , to kidnap Hercules and turn him mortal by means of a magic potion.
However, the arrival of two mortals, Amphitryon and Alcmene , causes Hercules to miss the final drop of the potion, causing him to retain his godly strength.
The couple then adopts the child, considering his arrival a gift from the gods since they are themselves childless. Too late, Zeus and the other gods discover the kidnapping.
Because Hercules is now mortal, he cannot return to Mt. Growing up as a gawky and awkward teenager, Hercules has difficulty being accepted by others due to his strength and clumsiness, not being able to control his own strength and goes about inadvertently destroying things.
Shortly after, he is told about his adoption by his parents, who tell Hercules to visit Zeus's temple to discover his true parentage.
Zeus then tells Hercules to visit the trainer Philoctetes or "Phil" to discover how to become a hero, while giving him the winged horse Pegasus to assist in transportation.
Phil at first declines returning to the hero training business, but is convinced by Zeus. Having reached adulthood and passed his training, Hercules sets off with Phil to become a hero in Thebes.
On his way, Hercules saves Megara from Nessus , a centaur acting as river guardian. Unbeknownst to them, Meg is working for Hades albeit unwillingly , and relates the events to the Lord of the Underworld, by which he learns that Hercules is still alive.
After freeing two boys Pain and Panic in disguise from under a boulder, Hercules unintentionally releases the Hydra , a serpent-like monster, an unintended consequence of a seemingly virtuous act which has been set up as a fixed contest by Hades to kill the hero.
Phil ran for cover while Hercules scrambles to defeat the Hydra, bravely fighting with just his sword and his wits.
Although the beast initially swallows him whole, Hercules cuts his way out by decapitation, only for more heads to grow back and gang up to attack him.
Finally, Hercules defeated it by a rockslide, thus earning the hero fame and adoration from the people of Thebes as well as the anger of Hades.
By this time, Hercules has disposed a variety of other monsters sent by Hades and the young hero becomes the toast of Greece.
Meeting with Zeus, Hercules believes himself ready to rejoin the gods but is greatly upset when his father tells him that his celebrity status is not enough to regain his immortality, as being famous isn't the same as being a "true hero", and to "look inside his heart".
Meg convinces him to play hookie , going on a date. At first, she was trying to learn any weakness he might have, but she eventually fell as hard for him as he had for her.
The date is ended by Phil, irate at Hercules for skipping training. Phil is knocked off Pegasus, and wakes up in time to learn of Meg's involvement with Hades.
He leaves to tell Hercules, not hearing Meg's refusal to help destroy Hercules. Hercules, ecstatic from the date, refuses to believe Phil's warning about Megera, even hitting him in a flash of blind anger, prompting Phil to quit.
Hades, realizing that Meg herself is Herc's weakness , confronts Hercules, offering Megara's safety if the hero will give up his strength for 24 hours.
Herc is reluctant to see anyone hurt, but Hades vows that no harm will come to Meg. Hercules agrees, and Hades takes the opportunity to humiliate him before revealing Megara's role in his scheme.
Enacting his plan, Hades sends a Cyclops to destroy Hercules. Without his superhuman strength and crushed by Meg's betrayal, Herc is brutally beaten about by the monster but is able to defeat the Cyclops and send him hurtling off a cliff.
The monster's fall causes a pillar to topple towards Herc and Meg pushes him out of the way, taking the impact of the pillar.
This in turn causes Hercules to regain his strength because Hades' end of the bargain is now broken as he promised that Meg wouldn't get hurt.
Hercules leaves Megara in the care of his friends while he rushes off to thwart Hades' invasion of Olympus. Freeing the captured gods, he captures three of the Titans in the tornado body of the fourth and throws them into space, where they explode.
He returns to Meg's side only to learn that her injuries were fatal. However, he then travels to the Underworld to rescue Meg's spirit from the River Styx , which swiftly ages mortals upon contact.
Hercules nevertheless enters the pool to rescue Megara's soul. He is able to reach Meg before he dies and his selfless act fulfills the requirement for being a true hero, thus regaining his godhood.
He then punches Hades into the River Styx, and returns Meg's soul to her body. He is invited by Zeus to live in Olympus, but he decides to live his life on Earth with Megara.
In originating the design for the infant version of Hercules used in the film, animator Randy Haycock drew inspiration by videotaping a friend's six-month-old and by renting movies with babies in them,  while the curly hairstyle for baby Hercules was derived from the appearance of Haycock's infant daughter.
He adds, "Hercules' mannerisms come right off things I've picked up from her", even though Hercules is more caricatured than a real baby.
At home I broke just about everything He studied photographs of Olympic athletes , not the weightlifters with short necks and bulging muscles, but the swimmers, with long necks and natural musculature.
As Deja explains, this means "straight nose, pursed lips — almost cherubic, large eyes, a lidded look The classic style you find on Greek vases or drawings.
The animated series Hercules Hercules go to a high school for gods and mortals named Prometheus Academy and is still in training by Phil.
Hercules has also appeared in the Kingdom Hearts series. In the series, Sora must help Hercules defeat the evil Hades who, having joined Maleficent 's main group of Disney Villains , is still trying to take over Olympus.
In the first game, he is voiced by Sean Astin , but Donovan reprises his role in the later games. His Japanese voice is done by Yasunori Matsumoto.
Hercules appears on the 13th episode of the fifth season of Once Upon a Time portrayed by Jonathan Whitesell. Philoctetes Phil for short , is a satyr who is a trainer of aspiring heroes who has often been disappointed by his trainees' shortcomings.
He has long-since retired after failing to train a successful hero, but is convinced to train the callow young Hercules. While training Hercules or watching him fight, Phil would constantly utter at least one of his rules.
After his training is complete, Phil, Hercules and Pegasus set out for the city of Thebes to prove Hercules' newfound worth.
Along the way, Hercules saves a woman named Megara from being pestered by the centaur Nessus , and becomes attracted to her, while Phil immediately clashes with her, considering her a distraction from Hercules' activities.
Phil becomes a personal manager to the celebrity Hercules has become. Later in the film, Phil discovers that Megara is working for Hades , her mission being to find Hercules' weakness.
Phil tries to warn Hercules, but abandons him after an argument ensues. When Hercules loses his powers to Hades, Megara convinces Phil to return to Hercules, motivating him into battling and defeating the Cyclops through improvisation.
During the fight, Megara is mortally wounded by a falling column to save Hercules, and Phil is left taking care of Megara while Hercules fights Hades and the Titans.
When Hercules and his friends return to Thebes, Phil is gratified when the people refer to the mighty and triumphant Hercules as "Phil's boy".
His training with Odysseus and Achilles remains intact. In the film, Philoctetes' voice is provided by Danny DeVito , while Robert Costanzo fills the role in the character's video game and television appearances.
Megara commonly shortened to Meg is a young woman who used to work for Hades, the Lord of the Underworld. Megara has fair skin and waist-length dark brown hair which is pulled into a ponytail.
She appears to wear purple makeup to match the color of her eyes and a Grecian-style dress. She also wears a dark purple loose- sash around her waist.
Sometime during the events of Hercules , Meg went to Hades and sold her soul to revive a lover of hers who had died. Hades agreed on the condition that she serve him forever, which she accepted.
However, shortly after her lover was revived, he fell in love with someone else and ungratefully left Meg locked in servitude to Hades. While Meg follows Hades' orders, she shows open defiance at times and a cheeky attitude.
Meg first appears on screen while trying to convince the centaur Nessus to join Hades' forces, only to have him attempt to seduce her. Hercules intervenes, defeating Nessus in a fight and becoming enamoured of Meg, which Hades plans to use to his advantage.
Later in Thebes, Meg lures Hercules to the Hydra , whom he defeats. After Hercules achieves several more victories, Meg is openly smug and confident that he cannot be defeated.
Hades offers Meg her freedom in exchange for discovering Hercules' weakness. Meg, however, develops feelings for Hercules instead. Eventually Hades realizes that Meg's affection is perhaps his only undoing and uses her as leverage to convince Hercules to give up his enhanced strength for one day in return for her safety; if the deal is broken, his superhuman strength returns.
To prevent Meg from persuading Hercules to deny this, Hades has her bound and gagged with smoke. Hades then reveals Meg worked for him all along, causing him to leave Hercules heartbroken.
Meg and Phil later find Hercules being clobbered by the Cyclops and saves him from the fall of a collapsing column and dies in process.
Hercules succeeds in reclaiming her spirit and restoring her life during his foray into the Underworld.
Once ascended to the Olympus, he declines a place offered to him among the gods to live with Meg on the world underworld. In Hercules: The Animated Series , Meg appeared twice, once as a teenager and once as an adult from the movie timeline.
She meets Hercules, offering a chance to prove himself as a hero. Having him retrieve her the amphora so she can use it to forget about Adonis who she had a blind date with that went badly.
They do retrieve it from Ares' sons, but Meg leaves Hercules to escape. She is immediately taken to the Underworld by Pain and Panic; Hercules, despite her betrayal, goes after her.
During a fight for the amphora, Meg tells Hercules that she liked him from the start. They almost kiss, but the amphora's water is dropped on them, causing them to forget how they met, and reinforcing the fact that Hercules and Meg never established any relationship until the film.
Another episode, "Hercules and the Yearbook", takes place after the events of the film and features Hercules and Meg moving his stuff from Phil's island.
Hermes delivers a special package, which Hercules immediately hides from Meg. Phil reveals all of Hercules' incidents during his school time, and Hercules tells Meg he did not want to show her the yearbook because he wants her to see him as a hero.
Meg tells him that she accepts that part of his life as an awkward phase, and loves him just the same. However, this does not stop Hercules from having Hermes retrieve Meg's own yearbook where it is revealed Meg was a cheerleader and in the glee club.
She assists Sora in the fight against the Hydra by providing useful items. She also appears in Disney's House of Mouse as a guest.
In all English-language media, Meg is voiced by Susan Egan. Meg is loosely based on the mythological Megara , first wife of Hercules in mythology, with undertones from another mythological figure, Deianira , who in Greek mythology was the third wife of Hercules.
Pegasus vocal effects by Frank Welker is the winged horse of Hercules, created by Zeus out of clouds.