The legend of Hercules is perhaps one of the most famous stories of ancient Greek mythology. The reason is just an epic epic. The typical Greek hero (also the son of Zeus) is known for his superhuman power and his bold adventures, also known as 12 workers. These stunts include killing a giant lion, a nine-headed sea monster, eating human raptors, and capturing a variety of creatures and precious treasures such as Artemis, Erymanthian wild boar, Cretan bull and Saber. Ruth's golden back - the three-headed hound guards the underworld.
However, although Hercules may have succeeded in doing this, it can be seen from the paintings and sculptures of epic heroes that he cannot wear himself!