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The Boy Who Cried Wolf
The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf by AEOSOP
A Shepherd-boy, who watched over a flock of sheep near a village, amused himself three or four times by crying out, “Help! Wolf!”
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When his neighbors came to help him, he laughed at them for being so gullible.
However, one day the wolf did come.
The Shepherd-boy, now terrified, shouted: “Please come and help! The Wolf is killing the sheep.” But no one came to help or even paid attention to his cries.
The Wolf, having nothing to fear, took his time destroying the whole flock.

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For other uses, see Hephaestus (disambiguation).
|Hephaestus |
|[pic] |
|Hephaestus at the Forge by Guillaume Coustou the Younger (Louvre) |
|God of Technology, Blacksmiths, Craftsmen and Volcanoes |
|Abode |Mount Olympus |
|Symbol |Hammer, Anvil and Tongs |
|Consort |Aphrodite, Aglaea |
|Parents |Hera and Zeus, or Hera alone |
|Siblings |Ares, Eileithyia, Enyo and Hebe |
|Children |Thalia, Eucleia, Eupheme, Philophrosyne and Euthenia |
|Roman equivalent |Vulcan |

Hephaestus (8 spellings; pronounced /həˈfɛstəs/ or /hɨˈfɛstəs/; Ancient Greek Ἥφαιστος Hēphaistos) was a Greek god whose Roman equivalent was Vulcan. He is the son of Zeus and Hera, the King and Queen of the Gods or else (according to…...

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