Cercopes

In Greek mythology, the Cercopes (Κέρκωπες, plural of Κέρκωψ, from κέρκος (n.) kerkos `tail`) were mischievous forest creatures who lived in Thermopylae or on Euboea but roamed the world and might turn up anywhere mischief was afoot. They were two brothers, but their names are given variously, Passalus and Acmon, Basalas and .....
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Cercopes

[epic poem] Cercopes was a slapstick, epic poem attributed to Homer, written circa the 7th or 8th century b.c. The contents of this poem have been lost. The surviving fragments of this work are published under Hesiod`s works in the Loeb Classical Library. ...
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Cercopes

In Greek mythology, the Cercopes were a pair of mischievous dwarfs, sons of Oceanus and Theia. They were caught trying to steal Hercules armour, for which he hung them upside from a pole he held across his shoulders like a yoke, before, amused by them he set them free. Zeus, however, was not so amused by their antics and turned them either into mon...
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