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Talos

[ tey-los ]
/ ˈteɪ lɒs /
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noun Classical Mythology.

a man of brass made by Hephaestus for Minos as a guardian of Crete.

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Talos
/ (ˈteɪlɒs) /

noun

Greek myth the nephew and apprentice of Daedalus, who surpassed his uncle as an inventor and was killed by him out of jealousy
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