Hercules Malia Barhorst

Hercules is the Roman adaptation of the Greek divine hero Hercules, who was the son of Zeus. Hercules is famous for his strength and for his numerous far-ranging adventures. He was the most famous hero of ancient times. Hercules was worshiped in many temples all over Greece and Rome.

Supposedly Hercules mother tried to kill him by putting snakes in his crib, but strong baby Hercules strangled the snakes and killed them. His mother is/ was not a good mother.

When Hercules grew up, he became a great warrior and married. He got married twice in his life time. Hercules put on a tunic, and it burned his skin. It would kill most people right away or in time, but Hercules was not like other people. He had a funeral pyre built for himself. He then mounted it and eventually persuaded a friend to light it. H was then allowed to die, and went to the gods.

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