Minotaur is a Tauren in ancient Greek mythology. It is a monster born from the abnormal relationship between pasihuai, the wife of Minos, king of Crete, and the Crete bull. Minos built a maze for it on Crete.
The image of Minotaur appears in the myths of all human nations. After all, cattle is one of the earliest totems of mankind, representing strength and abundance. In Homer’s two popular epics, an adjective is often used to describe the gods and demigods on the battlefield, that is “cow eyed”, which is equivalent to “surpassing mortals” in some cases. However, minotaurs are not suitable for such praise. On the contrary, they are cursed evil creatures.