Theseus

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From Ancient Greek Θησεύς (Thēseús). His name comes from the same root as θεσμός (thesmós), Greek for “institution”.

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Theseus

  1. A legendary Ancient Greek hero most famous for defeating the minotaur in the labyrinth of Crete.

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