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Heroic Traits of Hercules

Summary: Hercules is the strongest of the Greek myths' heroes. He is also more well-known than any others to this day. Modern society is filled with Hercules movies and merchandise. However, Hercules was not instantly considered a hero, for he had to show he was of hero quality to the gods. Hercules' unmatched strength, bravery, and arrogance ultimately proved his heroism across the lands of Greece.
Hercules

Imagine killing a lion with nothing but one's hands and feet. In the myth of Hercules, a lion that was invulnerable to any spear or arrow is slain with man's basic fighting tools. Hercules, son of Zeus, is the Greek mythological hero who accomplished this task. Hercules is the strongest of the Greek myths' heroes. He is also more well-known than any others to this day. Modern society is filled with Hercules movies and merchandise. However, Hercules was not instantly considered a hero, for he had to show he was of hero quality to the gods. Hercules' unmatched strength, bravery, and arrogance ultimately proved his heroism across the lands of Greece.

Hercules is best known for his ability to defeat things with ease. His brute strength is unmatched by anything. Signs of his strength are first found when he is only a young infant, adorable...

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