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10. Polydectes is turned to stone
Postquam Perseus ad insulam navem appulit, se ad locum contulit ubi mater olim habitaverat, sed domum invenit vacuam et omnino desertam.
Fled to the island after the boat docked, to the place where his mother once lived, but he found an empty and completely deserted.
Tres dies per totam insulam matrem quaerebat; tandem quarto die ad templum Dianae pervenit.
Three days over the island asking his mother; Finally on the fourth day at the temple of Diana.
Huc Danae refugerat, quod Polydectem timebat.
Danae had fled there because she was afraid of Polydectes.
Perseus ubi haec cognovit, ira magna commotus est; ad regiam Polydectis sine mora contendit, et ubi eo venit, statim in atrium inrupit.
Perseus, when he knew, was very angry; and hastened without delay, to the royal family of the Polydectes, and where one enters it, at once has forced his way into the inner court.
Polydectes magno timore adfectus est et fugere volebat.
Polydectus was the fear of a condition to and tried to escape.
Dum tamen ille fugit, Perseus caput Medusae monstravit; ille autem simul atque hoc vidit, in saxum versus est.
Provided, however, he had to flee, Perseus was the head of Medusa; Just as soon as he saw it, was turned into stone.