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Es gilt eine Dämonin aufzuhalten, die von Hera nach Ister gesandt wurde, da sich die Einwohner dort geweigert hatten der Göttin ihre erstgeborenen Söhne zu opfern.
Die Dämonin treibt ihr Unwesen indem sie die dortigen Männer mit ihrem Schwanz zu Stein verwandelt und ihre Seelen raubt.
Iolaus sucht die Dämonin in ihrer Höhle auf, wo er sie töten will, scheitert aber, und wird ebenfalls versteinert.
Es kommt zum Kampf zwischen Hercules und der Dämonin, in dessen Verlauf der Sohn des Zeus das Ungetüm dazu bringt sich mit seinem eigenen Schwanz zu berühren, woraufhin es sich selbst versteinert.
Iolaus und die anderen Männer werden alsgleich zurückverwandelt und das Leben in Ister nimmt seinen gewohnten Verlauf wieder auf.
Hercules und der Wächter des Weinbergs. Der feindselige Riese bedroht dort die Existenz der Einwohner, da er den lebenspendenden Fluss umgelenkt hat, um die Weinberge Heras zu bewässern.
Die Auseinandersetzung mit Hercules verliert der Zyklop, doch kann der Halbgott dem Einäugigen begreiflich machen, dass er von Hera nur benutzt wird.
Als der Zyklop am Sinn seines Handelns zweifelt, lässt die Göttermutter ihre Henker los, um alle töten zu lassen die dem Fluss ihres Weines im Weg stehen.
Daraufhin verbünden sich die beiden Kontrahenten und vernichten die Losgelassenen. Die Reise nach Calydon.
Einst betrog Zeus seine Gattin mit einem weiteren schönen Mädchen, dem er einen goldenen Kelch schenkte. Hera fand dies heraus, verfluchte Parthus, die Heimatstadt der Schönen, und verwandelte das Mädchen in einen Hund.
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In , the citizens of Avignon bestowed on Henry of Navarre the future King Henry IV of France the title of the Hercule Gaulois "Gallic Hercules" , justifying the extravagant flattery with a genealogy that traced the origin of the House of Navarre to a nephew of Hercules' son Hispalus.
The Road of Hercules is a route across Southern Gaul that is associated with the path Hercules took during his 10th labor of retrieving the Cattle of Geryon from the Red Isles.
While crossing the alps, he performed labors in a heroic manner. A famous example was noted by Livy, when Hannibal fractured the side of a cliff that was blocking his march.
In ancient Roman society women were usually limited to two types of cults: those that addressed feminine matters such as childbirth, and cults that required virginal chastity.
Others believe it was only the "Ara Maxima" at which they were not allowed to worship. Hercules, therefore, when he was about to offer a sacrifice forbid the presence of women and ordered Potitius and Pinarius who where in charge of his rites, not to allow any women from taking part".
He mentions that women were not allowed to participate in Sacrum which is general term used to describe anything that was believed to have belonged to the gods.
This could include anything from a precious item to a temple. Due to the general nature of a Sacrum, we can not judge the extent of the prohibition from Macrobius alone.
He mentioned that Roman women do not swear on Hercules, nor do Roman men swear on Castor. This is evidence that he was also using Varro as a source. There is evidence of Hercules worship in myth in the Latin epic poem, the Aeneid.
In the 8th book of the poem Aeneas finally reaches the future site of Rome, where he meets Evander and the Arcadians making sacrifices to Hercules on the banks of the Tiber river.
For there came that mightiest avenger, the victor Hercules, proud with the slaughter and the spoils of threefold Geryon, and he drove the mighty bulls here, and the cattle filled both valley and riverside.
Hercules was also mentioned in the Fables of Gaius Julius Hyginus. For example, in his fable about Philoctetes he tells the story of how Philoctetes built a funeral pyre for Hercules so his body could be consumed and raised to immortality.
According to Livy 9. Also, philosopher Piny the Elder dates Hercules worship back to the time of Evander, by accrediting him with erecting a statue in the Forum Boarium of Hercules.
There is two temples located in the Campus Martius. One, being the Temple of Hercules Musarum, dedicated between and BCE by M.
Fulvius Nobilior. In Roman works of art and in Renaissance and post-Renaissance art, Hercules can be identified by his attributes, the lion skin and the gnarled club his favorite weapon ; in mosaic he is shown tanned bronze, a virile aspect.
In the twentieth century, the Farnese Hercules has inspired artists such as Jeff Koons , Matthew Darbyshire and Robert Mapplethorpe to reinterpret Hercules for new audiences.
Hercules of the Forum Boarium Hellenistic, 2nd century BCE. Hercules and Iolaus 1st century CE mosaic from the Anzio Nymphaeum, Rome.
Hercules Hatra , Iraq, Parthian period , 1st—2nd century CE. Hercules bronze statuette, 2nd century CE museum of Alanya , Turkey.
Despite being handsome and muscular, Hercules had no idea how to talk to women. When Hercules first tried introducing himself to Megara, he stared at her, smiled a goofy smile, and became shy and tongue-tied, unable to speak.
After escaping his fangirls, Meg found the sheepish-looking hero, who tried to cover himself with his hands in his awkward knock-kneed position and round shouldered position of embarrassment.
But the more time Hercules got to know Meg, the less nervous he became. Overconfident and cocky, Hercules had dreams becoming a true hero, battling monsters, rescuing damsels, and other acts of heroism.
He barreled himself into situations without thinking, sometimes getting distracted, and got into trouble. And even when outmatched, physically and mentally, Hercules would stand his ground and make it a point to prove that he isn't afraid.
Whenever he confronted a foe, Hercules tried to act bold, sometimes by using good manners, but words failed him. He would try and mask his alarm, but that only made it more obvious and he begins to doubt his abilities.
Angry at this nuisance, someone would already had the jump on Hercules, causing him to get slammed, dunked or beaten in a series of blunders.
But once he concentrated, focused, analyzed the situation and controlled his strength, Hercules would come out victorious. His versatility also allows him to find his way out of situations by unorthodox methods.
Upon completion of his training, Hercules became less gawky and klutzy and more skillful in his heroics. However, Hercules does get cocky, swaggering and puffing out his chest, his brash confidence growing.
Phil does berate him for the sloppy rookie mistakes he made in the fight with Nessus, such as being distracted and losing his sword, but Hercules scoffs and pays him little attention, since he did win.
His overconfidence and inexperience is also noted during his battle with the Hydra when the enormous creature proved to strike legitimate fear within Hercules as the beast initially swallows him whole, and while dodging a swarm of heads the young hero tells Phil that he didn't think they covered this in basic training.
Varying fighting techniques, Hercules used all his skills and ingenuity to avoid falling prey to the multi-headed monster's appetite.
Despite the odds against him, Hercules was not ready to give up and was willing to sacrifice himself by using his strength to bury the monster under a mountain of rocks.
Though he was bruised, battered, weak and sore, his sword lost, his tunic and cape torn, Hercules impressed the crowd of Thebans having accomplished the unsavory yet heroic task and emerges triumphant over what appeared to be a very unbeatable foe.
Afterwards, Hercules showed great skill when he was able to defeat a boar with a bow and arrow as well as beating monsters with his bare hands.
There are also instances, such as when he temporarily gave up his strength, Hercules would strain for that last ounce of strength that might go the distance, that might make the difference.
Notably, whilst usually on the bright side, Hercules has a headstrong and assertive side, having an effective sternness to his personality. For instance, if Hercules was no match for the monsters he battled, struggling to hold them back, it would take all of his might to hold his own and keep them at bay.
It is also notably seen where the actions of Hades take a turn for the worse, killing and threatening the entire world of Olympus, as well as Megara.
This can be seen again when his trainer and close companion, Phil, questioned Megara's affections towards the hero after witnessing her plotting against the latter with Hades though it was a misunderstanding at that point in the movie.
The primary lesson Hercules learns throughout the film is what it takes to be a true hero. While Hercules defeated many monsters, it was something his father Zeus explained he had to learn for himself, having confused real heroism with being famous.
After meeting and falling in love with the beautiful Meg, Hercules would learn a true hero is measured by the strength of his heart, as opposed to the strength of his muscles.
Hercules has short strawberry-blond hair and blue eyes and wears a brown sweatband on his head. In his god form, while he was still an infant before two of Hades' lackeys Pain and Panic remove his godhood by forcefully drinking a magic potion to stop his crying and after emerging at the River of Styx after he saves Megara's spirit as an adult, his hair becomes golden blonde and lightens up in a golden hue.
As an infant, he only wears a white Roman-type diaper and wears a red necklace with a golden Zeus pendant.
As a adolescent, Hercules was an overgrown farm-boy that awkward and too big for his body. He was a tall and scrawny teenager, with a long skinny neck and oversized ears, broad but stooped shoulders, extraordinarily long arms and legs, big hands and too-big pigeon-toed clumsy feet.
Hercules wore a white single sleeveless Roman garb and brown warrior sandals. When being trained heavily by Phil, where he sometimes wore a brown sweatband with his tunic, Hercules became a little more athletic.
In the animated series, Hercules had a helmet to accompany his hero gear, and was regarded as "strapping, smooth-skinned son of Zeus" by Clotho.
When he becomes a grown adult and a fully-trained hero, Hercules is handsome, robust, and very masculine. He is bronzed, not just "filled out" but square-jawed, chiseled faced, smooth-skinned, broad-shouldered, top-heavy, muscular and brawny, gaining larger biceps and pectorals and thickened neck, with his chest puffed out and his feet now nicely turned out.
While he is the pinnacle of physical perfection, Hercules retained some of his flaws from his awkward teenage years that he never quite grows out of.
As a hero, Hercules wears a brown Roman warrior armor gear with a dark brown belt, brown wristbands, and matching warrior sandals. He also gains a long light blue cape on the back of his tunic and wields a warrior sword and shield.
Hercules was born on Mount Olympus with all the powers of a god to his loving parents, Zeus and Hera. He is born with super strength that made him strong enough to lift his father in the air.
On the celebration of his birth, during which the Olympian Gods present the infant god with a multitude of gifts, Zeus himself creates the winged-horse Pegasus as a gift.
It seems to be a joyous occasion, although one god is not happy about the new arrival: Zeus' brother and Hercules' uncle Hades , Lord of the Underworld.
Hades tries to give Hercules his gift, a spiked skull-shaped pacifier, by attempting to stick it into the baby's mouth. Die Episode "Oh Mann, Salmoneus mal drei!
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The characters Cupid and Artemis were completely redesigned, while several characters received minor design tweaks.
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