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'''Pegasus''' is a winged horse from Greek mythology, the foal of Poseidon and Medusa. In [[medieval]] [[heraldry]] the pegasus seems to have symbolised the positive aspects of the horse, such as prowess and beauty.
 
'''Pegasus''' is a winged horse from Greek mythology, the foal of Poseidon and Medusa. In [[medieval]] [[heraldry]] the pegasus seems to have symbolised the positive aspects of the horse, such as prowess and beauty.
   

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Pegasus is a winged horse from Greek mythology, the foal of Poseidon and Medusa. In medieval heraldry the pegasus seems to have symbolised the positive aspects of the horse, such as prowess and beauty.

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