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In the Hercules handout it state Amphitryon is passed for his father It tells how Hera kept Hercules from being born until Eurystheus was born Alcmene puts him in a field so Hera would not attack him Hera finds the baby and nursed him Because the baby sucked so strong she throws him down and Athene gives the baby to his own mother Amphitryon who is married to Alcmene teaches the boy to tame horses and drive a chariot Linus teaches him music and when he chastises Hercules Hercules kills him with a blow of the lute Hercules is then sent from home to dwell among the herdsmen The Labours of Hercules does not include these stories In the Labours of Hercules he meets two women Pleasure and Virtue In Hercules he meats Pleasure and Duty In the Labors of Hercules Hercules becomes mad and kills his wife and children In the Hercules handout he throws his children in a fire and drives his wife away In the first labor in the Labours of Hercules Hercules carries a sword and spear to attack the Nemean lion In Hercules he carries a bow and a club In the second labour Iolaus the chariot driver is his nephew in the Hercules paper In the Labours of Hercules Hera sends crabs to attack Hercules He kills the Hydrea with a club in the Hercules paper and cuts the head with a sword in the Labours of Hercules sheet In the third labour in the Labours of Hercules Hercules has to capture the hind while it is a stag in the Hercules sheet In the fourth labour the Hercules sheet describes how Hercules is entertained by Pholus The other centaurs become med when he opens the wine and causes Hercules to have to take shelter in a cave Pholus and Cheiron both die in this sheet In the fifth labour Augues promises him 110 his heard if
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