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Hercules, A Biography

Summary: Provides a biography of the mythical character, Hercules. Describes his background, adventures and role in Greek mythology.
He rescued Hesione, the princess of Troy. He fought immortals including Appollo and he helped the gods in the epic battle against the giants who tried to take over Mount Olympus. He traveled to the garden of Heserides, Mt. Caucasus, Erythia, The Pillars of Hercules, Libya, Italy, Illyrian, Thrace Asian Minors, Tiryns, Crete LAnds, and The Lands Of The Amazons on his duties. Some of the most influential people in his life were women both mortal and goddess. At nearly every turn it seems a woman was there the help or hinder him. Who was this man? It was Hercules, the strongest man.

Hercules was half god and half mortal. His greek name was Heacles, but he was better known by his Roman name Hercules. He was the greatest hero of all. He recieved strenth from his father Zeus, the most powerful god on Mount Olympus. His...

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