Lichas

In Greek mythology, Lichas (s; Λίχας) was Hercules` servant, who brought the poisoned shirt from Deianira to Hercules because of her jealousy of Iole, killing him. The story is recounted in Sophocles’ Women of Trachis and Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Cape Lichada is said to be where Hercules flung Lichas into the sea: So, in his frenzy, as he w....
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Lichas

[Spartan] In Greek mythology, Lichas s was the Spartan who discovered the bones of Orestes. The remains of Orestes were required, according to a Delphic Oracle, in order for Sparta to defeat Tegea (Herodotus The Histories 1.68). During the Pentecontaetia, Cimon was becoming more and more powerful among the Athenians as he began to spend mon...
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