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Miniature showing 1. the centaur Nessus pierced by the arrow of Hercules following his attempt to abduct Deianaira, who takes tunic covered in the centaur's blood; 2. Servant presents the tunic to Hercules in his bedroom. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Orithya kneels and holds scepter to Hercules, who presents Menalippe in chains; 2. armies of Athenians and Amazons charge at each other; 3. empty warships of Hercules docked in the harbor. Initial, rubric, border design.

Hercules Killing the Dragon Ladon

Hercules Squeezing Antaeus to Death

Leda with the Swan and Hercules as a Child

The Pillars of Hercules

Hercules Killing Cacus

Hercules Fighting the Hydra of Lerna

Hercules Preventing the Centaurs from the Rape of Hippodameia

Hercules and Cerberus

Hercules and Atlas

Hercules Killing Nessus

Hercules and the Hind

Hercules Fighting the River-God Achelous

The waggoner and Hercules.

Hercules & Hippolita

Jupiter, Minerva and Hercules

Hercules

Pantheon. Pthah Sokari (2 & 5); Mars [Bes] (3 & 4); Hercules (1.)

Hercules prostrate, 325 feet long, 97 feet in circumference.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, 'Pillars of Hercules' (East), Oregon.

Locomotive 'Hercules.'

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules', (west) Oregon.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras County.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules' (W) Oregon.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, circumference 97 ft. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Looking toward the entrance to the canon between the "Pillars of Hercules."

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules (west) Oregon.

Big Tree Hercules.

Big Tree Hercules, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

Big Tree Hercules, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules (west) Oregon.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras County.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras County.

Hercules prostrate, 325 feet long, 97 feet in circumference.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules (west) Oregon.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, circumference 97 ft. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Big Tree Hercules.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules' (W) Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, 'Pillars of Hercules' (East), Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules', (west) Oregon.

Locomotive 'Hercules.'

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules', (west) Oregon.

Locomotive 'Hercules.'

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, 'Pillars of Hercules' (East), Oregon.

Big Tree Hercules.

Big Tree Hercules, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

Hercules prostrate, 325 feet long, 97 feet in circumference.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, circumference 97 ft. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Looking toward the entrance to the canon between the "Pillars of Hercules."

Looking toward the entrance to the canon between the "Pillars of Hercules."

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules' (W) Oregon.

Section of Hercules, Block cut out.

Section of Hercules, Block cut out.

Section of Hercules, Block cut out.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras Co.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras Co.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras Co.

"Column of Hercules."

Column of Hercules."

"Column of Hercules."

Column of Hercules."

"Column of Hercules."

"Column of Hercules."

"Column of Hercules."

"Column of Hercules."

Column of Hercules."

Pillars of Hercules.

Pillars of Hercules.

Pillars of Hercules.

Hercules Pillars, Columbia River, Oregon

A. Pollajuolo, [sic] British museum, 1905. [Hercules in fighting pose.]

Hercules Pillars, So. Cheyenne, Colo.

Pillars of Hercules, So. Cheyenne Canyon, Colo.

Hercules and the wagoner

Hercules and the wagoner. [Frontispiece]

Hercules and the wagoner. [Frontispiece]

Locomotive 'Hercules.'

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules' (W) Oregon.

Looking toward the entrance to the canon between the "Pillars of Hercules."

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, circumference 97 ft. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras County.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, 'Pillars of Hercules' (East), Oregon.

Big Tree Hercules, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Hercules prostrate, 325 feet long, 97 feet in circumference.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules', (west) Oregon.

Picturesque grandeur of the great Columbia River, remarkable 'Pillars of Hercules (west) Oregon.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Big Tree Hercules.

Section of Hercules, Block cut out.

Fallen Tree Hercules, 325 ft. long, 97 ft. circumference : from a point 250 ft. from base, Calaveras Co.

Column of Hercules."

Column of Hercules."

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