Hercules voert Diomedes aan zijn paarden Werken van Hercules (serietitel) horses of Diomedes were fed with human flesh. In a fight Hercules Diomedes death and executes turn his body to his horses. In the background is seen the Hercules slays the giant Cacus. Cacus herd has stolen a cow from Hercules and drag it to be able to his cave. Hercules surprised him with his knots. Manufacturer : printmaker Cornelis Cort (listed building), designed by French Floris (I) (listed building) editor: Julius Goltzius (listed property) Place manufacture: Antwerp Date: on or after 1563 - for 1595 Physical featu

Hercules voert Diomedes aan zijn paarden Werken van Hercules (serietitel) horses of Diomedes were fed with human flesh. In a fight Hercules Diomedes death and executes turn his body to his horses. In the background is seen the Hercules slays the giant Cacus. Cacus herd has stolen a cow from Hercules and drag it to be able to his cave. Hercules surprised him with his knots. Manufacturer : printmaker Cornelis Cort (listed building), designed by French Floris (I) (listed building) editor: Julius Goltzius (listed property) Place manufacture: Antwerp Date: on or after 1563 - for 1595 Physical featu Stock Photo
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Hercules voert Diomedes aan zijn paarden Werken van Hercules (serietitel) horses of Diomedes were fed with human flesh. In a fight Hercules Diomedes death and executes turn his body to his horses. In the background is seen the Hercules slays the giant Cacus. Cacus herd has stolen a cow from Hercules and drag it to be able to his cave. Hercules surprised him with his knots. Manufacturer : printmaker Cornelis Cort (listed building), designed by French Floris (I) (listed building) editor: Julius Goltzius (listed property) Place manufacture: Antwerp Date: on or after 1563 - for 1595 Physical features: car material: paper Technique: engra (printing process) Dimensions: plate edge: h 232 mm × W 287 mm Subject: (8) the four mares of King Diomedes are captured; When Diomedes was slain in the ensuing battle his body was thrown to the mares to eatCacus steals some of the cattle of Geryon Hercules How many followers was dri home

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