Herakles

Herakles was the supreme Greek hero, of huge strength and ability, but mortal. The Romans called him Hercules.

Herakles

[pusher] Herakles was a pusher vessel owned by Finnish towing and marine salvage company Alfons HÃ¥kans Oy Ab. The ship, originally built as salvage tug Into in 1967, was converted to a pusher in 1991 to be chartered to Rautaruukki Oyj and later ESL Shipping Ltd as the third pusher vessel for the Finnpusku system, a Finnish integrated tug a...
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Herakles

(from the article `classical scholarship`) ...not only literary knowledge but also that of history, art, archaeology, linguistics, and religion, was brought to bear on the elucidation of the ...
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Herakles

Herakles is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Herakles

Herakles: see Hercules.
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Herakles

[radar] Herakles is a passive electronically scanned array multi-function radar manufactured by Thales Group. It is installed on board the FREMM multipurpose frigates and the Formidable-class frigates of the Republic of Singapore Navy. It has a track capacity of 200 targets and is able to achieve automatic target detection, confirmation and...
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