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1 Veritas was the Roman goddess of truth. Literature > Mythology 07/11/08
2 The twelfth and final Labor of Heracles was to capture Cerberus, three-headed guard dog of the Underworld. Literature > Mythology 10/13/10
3 The third Labor of Heracles was to capture the Ceryneian hind. Literature > Mythology 10/17/10
4 The tenth Labor of Heracles was to steal the cattle of Geryon. Literature > Mythology 06/10/11
5 The sixth Labor of Heracles was to defeat the Stymphalian birds. Literature > Mythology 09/04/10
6 The seventh Labor of Heracles was to capture the Cretan bull. Literature > Mythology 10/14/10
7 The second labor of Heracles was to slay the Lernean Hydra. Literature > Mythology 09/17/11
8 The ninth Labor of Heracles was to obtain the girdle of Hippolyte, Queen of the Amazons. Literature > Mythology 10/17/10
9 The fourth Labor of Heracles was to capture the Erymanthian boar. Literature > Mythology 08/21/10
10 The first Labor of Heracles was to slay the Nemean lion. Literature > Mythology 08/09/10
11 The fifth Labor of Heracles was to clean the Augean stables. Literature > Mythology 03/02/11
12 The eleventh Labor of Heracles was to steal the golden apples of the Hesperides. Literature > Mythology 11/29/10
13 The eighth Labor of Heracles was to steal the man-eating mares of King Diomedes of Thrace. Literature > Mythology 08/26/10
14 The constellation Gemini is made of two stars named for the twin sons of Zeus in Greek mythology, Castor and Pollux. Literature > Mythology 06/23/13
15 Poseidon is the Greek god of the sea. Literature > Mythology 05/21/08

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