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Justin Polak Block 4 2/6/09 King Midas and Morality The story of King Midas is centered around certain morals. Such morals can prove beneficial to society and one’s wellbeing. These morals are resistance to greed, honesty, and helping others. In the story of King Midas, Midas learns the hard way not to be greedy.What do you know about the real King Midas?
King Midas The Golden Touch of King Midas. Midas was the king of Phrygia, who ruled over his people from a lavish castle encircled by a beauteous garden, in which - to ... Midas' Wish. ... "King Midas Has an Ass's Ears...". ... Sources. ...Who is the daughter of King Midas?
Greek Mythology. In myth, Marigold (Zoe by some accounts was her name) was the daughter of Midas, a king who was given the power to turn anything into gold with his touch. Unfortunately, she too was turned to gold. Because of this, Midas despised his accursed power and sought help from the God of Wine, Dionysus.