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Greek Key Oval Bowl
decorative bowl; clay
It’s a key bowl, dad! Like to keep your keys in! I made it for you in pottery class! Morys, one of Zeus’ lesser-known sons, tried hard but everyone knew he wasn’t cut out for greatness. Hercules and Perseus steered clear, trying to avoid mediocrity by association, and Ares, who couldn’t stand his utterly mortal stench, was constantly hazing him. But he had heart, and Zeus appreciated that. As Lord of the Heavens and Tamer of Lightning, he obviously didn’t have any “keys” to put in it, but it was great for storing all the Golden Fleece and evil lion heads and whatnot his other sons brought him.