Leda and the Swan Picture

While studying for Classical Mythology, I drew this. The story goes, Zeus seduced Leda, Queen of Sparta, one night in the from of a Swan. And then Leda laid two eggs, one egg was the mortal Castor and Clytemnestra and the immortal Helen and Polydeuces (Pollux). So she's the mother of the Dioscuri, the wife of Agamemnon and Helen of Troy. The moral of this story, do not have sex with a Swan, because one of your daughters will kill cheat of her husband and then kill him (well he did kill one of there daughter) and then will be killed by her son and daughter. And your other daughter will be the reason many, many people will be kill and Troy will fall.

The right egg, being hatched is Helen and Polydeuces, blue eyed like Zeus and the other one is Castor and Clytemnestra. The reason the Dioscuri look mean is because first their heroes so from there birth they should be brave and then they need to be able to protect their sister (mainly Helen).
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