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He forgets how often I saved his son when he was worn out by the labours Eurystheus had laid on him.
I have come hither because this is my most convenient road to the garden of the Hesperides, whither I am going to get three of the golden apples for King Eurystheus."
Some writers say, that Hercules gathered up the whole race of Pygmies in his lion's skin, and carried them home to Greece, for the children of King Eurystheus to play with.
From him Zeus took away sense, so that he left his home and his parents and went to do honour to the wicked Eurystheus -- unhappy man!
The killer is Eurystheus, an evil schemer and assassin who later will be one of the Argonauts.
These were tasks inflicted on him by Eurystheus, the king of Tiryns.
Traditionally the capture of the boar is Heracles' fourth labor for Eurystheus, after the killing of the Nemean lion and the Lernaean hydra and after the capture of the Ceryneian hind of Artemis.
For the fourth labor, Eurystheus ordered Hercules to capture the vicious Erymanthian Boar, a menacing beast that would descend from its lair on the mountain of Erymanthus each day, trampling the farmlands and attacking man and beast.
Local trainer Mick Appleby, who runs Eurystheus in the Middle Distance qualifier, said: "We were lucky enough to win a Grassroots Series Final with Donny Rover in 2014.
In Mycenae, he meets King Eurystheus and learns the terrible story of Hercules--the man with god-like strength who slaughtered his family and punished by the King to undertake impossible tasks to earn absolution.
Therefore, Aramist, Open Eagle, Headline News, Eurystheus, One Pekan and Dark Ruler can be added to the list of shame.
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