Early myths. Diomedes was, on his father’s side, an Aetolian, and on his mother's an Argive. This is because his father Tydeus left Calydon and fled to Argos in ...
King Diomedes of Thrace (Greek: Διομήδης) was a giant, the son of Ares and Cyrene.  He lived on the shores of the Black Sea ruling the warlike tribe of ...
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An Ancient Greek Myth for Kids The 10th Labor of Hercules The Mares of King Diomedes. His 10th labor was to capture the mares of King Diomedes. The mares were horses.
Diomedes bailando Champeta el King Night jaja. Otro perreo mas del Cacique. Hercules & flesh eating horses of king Diomedes. According to Greek legend, demi god ...
Tetradrachm of Diomedes in the Attic standard. Obv: Helmetted king Diomedes, with bead and reel contour. Rev: Dioscuri charging, holding victory palms.
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As the shadowy figure of Hercules observes from between two columns in the background, four wild horses rip apart the slender body of King Diomedes.
Diomedes may mean: Diomedes, in Greek mythology, a hero of the Trojan War and king of Argos. Diomedes Soter, an Indo-Greek king. Diomedes of Thrace, king of Thrace in ...
The Man-Eating Horses of Diomedes. After Hercules had captured the Cretan Bull, Eurystheus sent him to get the man-eating mares of Diomedes, the king of a Thracian ...