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|Mythological king who had the Labyrinth built
|Crossword Clue Explanation
|In Greek mythology, Minos was a legendary king of Crete who was known for his wisdom and justice. He was said to have received the Labyrinth from the craftsman Daedalus, and used it to imprison the monster known as the Minotaur. Minos is often depicted as a wise and just ruler, and is a popular figure in Greek mythology.
|Mythology and Religion
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