The act of changing from one form into another - is a common theme in Greek mythology.
The gods had the power to change themselves into animals, birds, or humans and often used this power to trick goddesses or women.
Zeus, for example, turned himself into a bull for one romantic adventure and into a swan for another. Sometimes the gods and goddesses transformed others, either to save them or to punish them.
Daphne, for example, was changed into a laurel tree; Narcissus and Hyacinthus became the flowers that bear their names.
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