- "Beware the Gorgon stare. I wonder how the sculptor captured the detail so perfectly?"
The Cyclopean Head of Medusa was a monumental carving of the head of Medusa located within the Valley of Judgment in Korinthia, Greece. According to the story the head was shaped by "Cyclopean hands", as were various other monuments within the Peloponnese.
- Nearby it stood the ruins of a sanctuary dedicated to the river-god Kephisos.
- Though the statue is located in Korinthia, the description of it says it was set up in Argolis.