Nessus


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Nessus

(ˈnɛsəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a centaur that killed Hercules. A garment dipped in its blood fatally poisoned Hercules, who had been given it by Deianira who thought it was a love charm
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Another story says that he came to hold the distaff, and at last wore the Nessus shirt.
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He cast his eyes around him and saw a man carrying off Teresa, as Nessus, the centaur, carried Dejanira.
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The centaur, Nessus, offered to assist in getting her across.
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