Agesilaos Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Herakles' Eleventh Labor: The Apples Of The Hesperides

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For his eleventh labor, Herakles was tasked by the cowardly Eurystheus to retrieve the Apples of the Hesperides, a set of golden apples gifted to Hera by Gaia on her wedding day. They were cared for by the Hesperides, nymphs who were either the daughters of Atlas or Nyx, and guarded by the monstrous hundred-headed Ladon.

According to one version of the myth [Apollon. 4.1396-1405], Herakles slew the serpent with poisonous arrows dipped in the gall of the Lernaean Hydra, to the great dismay of the nymphs. According to others, #Herakles had Atlas fetch the apples while he would carry the sky for the titan in the meanwhile. In any case, after Herakles brought the apples back to Eurystheus, as property of the gods the apples had to be returned to the garden from which they had been removed, a task that Athena completed on Herakles’ behalf.

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