From a Liebig trade card - Labours of Heracles. As a second labour Heracles was ordered by Eurystheus to kill the Lernaean hydra, a monster with nine heads, one of them being immortal. He chopped all heads, and the immortal one he buried, putting a heavy rock on it. Tags: hercules, heracles, herakles, eurystheus, lernaean hydra,
From a Liebig trade card - Labours of Heracles. The illustration shows Heracles bringing the Erymanthian boar to Mycenae. Eurystheus, terrified at the sight, hides himself inside a bronze vessel (or inside something else, according to this artist). Tags: hercules, heracles, herakles, erymanthian boar, eurystheus,
ancientpeoples: “ Terracotta head of Dionysus Dionysus was the Greek god of wine and pleasure, in the Greek and Roman Period (in roman he is known as Bacchus) he was immensly popular. On the gods head we can see grapes and his beard has typically.