The Minotaur was a monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man. He was the son of Pasiphae, the wife of Minos, and a bull that Poseidon had sent to Minos as a gift. ... When Minos found out what Daedalus had done he was so enraged that he imprisoned Daedalus & Icarus in the Labyrinth themselves.
Okay, Daedalus was first metioned by Homer for creating the dancing ground and the labrynth. He was hired to create the labrynth by King Minos. So, if you asking about who hired him to created the Labrynth the answer is King Minos, but if you are asking who did he build the tmple of Apollo for then that would probally be King Cocalus, because he had fleed to Kamikos and on the island's southern coast erected a temple to Apollo. So, I would say Minos, because King Minos is the prominent adversary in the myth and it is who Daedalus was fleeing from. Sidenote, I think this one of the best parts ofthe Percy Jackson series how he brought to life Daedalus. In Percy Jackson &Tthe Olympians The Battle of The Labrynth, the author does a great job going into the background of Daedalus and creating a personality for Daedalus.
King Minos imprisoned Daedalus and Icarus because he helped Athenian hero Theseus due to Princess Ariadne's favor( actually Icarus didn't do anything).
King minos imprisoned Daedalus and Icarus because Daedalus commited a sin. He helped Princess Ariandne to help Theseus to kill minotaur.
yon basta sagot Nyan kase napagaralan na namin yan
C. Because he helped Theseus escape