ERYX

ERYX is a short-range portable SACLOS-based wire-guided anti-tank missile (ATGM) produced by European company MBDA. It is used by several countries, including the Canadian Army, French, and Norwegian armies. The weapon can also be used against bunkers and pillboxes. It also has some capability in the anti aircraft role to bring down low flying hel...
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Eryx

In Greek mythology, Eryx was a king of the city of Eryx in Sicily. He was either the son of Poseidon, or of Aphrodite and Butes the Argonaut of the Elymian people of Sicily who she spent several nights with at Lilybaeum to make Adonis jealous. Eryx was an excellent boxer but died when Heracles beat him in a match. A different Eryx, one of the supp...
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Eryx

[genus] Eryx is a genus of nonvenomous boas found in southeastern Europe, northern Africa, the Middle East, and southwestern Asia. Nine species are currently recognized. ==Geographic range== Found in southeastern Europe, northern Africa, the Middle East, and southwestern Asia. Head not distinct from neck. Dorsal surface of head covered with...
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Eryx

[Sicily] Eryx (Greek: Ἔρυξ), was an ancient city and a mountain in the west of Sicily, about 10 km from Drepana (modern Trapani), and 3 km from the sea-coast. It was located at the site of modern Erice. ==The mountain== The mountain, now called Monte San Giuliano, is a wholly isolated peak, rising in the midst of a low undulating tract...
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Eryx

Eryx (er'iks) , ancient city, W Sicily, Italy. Long a source of conflict between Carthage and Syracuse, it was destroyed (c.260 B.C.) by the Carthaginians in the First Punic War. Its temple of Venus Erycina was an important religious shrine; the temple area was excavated in 1936. The most notabl...
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Eryx

Short-range anti-tank missile, Aerospatiale [FR]
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Eryx

The Eryx is a French shoulder-fired, short range, semi-automatic wire guided anti-tank missile designed for use at the shorter ranges, less than 500 meters, that other wire guided anti-tank missiles could not be used at. Eryx fires a 160 mm diameter rocket to an effective range of 600 metres and can penetrate more than 900 mm of armour.
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