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Ancient Sculpturing of Tantalos

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Tantalos was an Ancient Greek man, cursed by the gods for killing his son and offering him to them as a sacrifice. His punishment for his crimes was to forever stand in a pool of water he could not drink, and forever under a fruit tree which he could not reach. 

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