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In fact they knew no more than mortal people.
He was inflamed with the wicked anger of the gods. He determined at once on a new punishment for people. He summoned the lame god Hephaestus, who was a renowned artist dwelling beneath the smoking volcanoes where he had his workshop. Zeus ordered him to make a statue of a beautiful girl. Hephaestus obeyed and soon a wonderful statue stood before Zeus, such as the world had never seen. Zeus breathed life into it. The goddess Athene gave this girl a splendid veil, a snow-white robe and a wonderful belt, the goddess of beauty, Aphrodite, gave her an unearthly charm, and Hermes, the messenger of the gods, gave her living speech and a pleasant and unctuous voice.
But one of the warriors shouted at him: “Do not interfere in our fight! ” And he raised his sword against the nearest soldier. He in turn pierced the first one with a well-aimed spear. A battle broke out before Cadmus's eyes and the warriors killed one another. It could not be otherwise. For they had been born from the teeth of the dragon, who was the son of Ares, the god of war. The plain was filled with fallen men. Only five of them remained of the whole multitude, and they concluded peace together.
Ancient Greek Legends by Eduard Petiška