The story of Hercules, Deianeira, and Nessus
is found in book 9 of Ovid's Metamorphoses.
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The arrows with which Herakles slew the Hydra, dipping their tips in its poison, and then slew Nessus
as it sought to rape Dejanira comes back to him as her gift, the robe, an intended love-charm, soaked with the Centaur's toxic blood and semen: (Sohpocles II 67).
Three gallop towards them, and one, Nessus
, asks who they are.
That's why the entry about "nest" is retrieved for Nessus
(see Figure 1)--because it happens to follow the entry about Nessus
, even though it's on a separate Web page.
Well, actually, you arm wrestle an inanimate Nessus
connected to a strength-measuring meter.
To build opposite the History Faculty must be the architect's equivalent of donning the shirt of Nessus
When Miola claims that Seneca's Hercules Furens is an important source for Othello, it is difficult to conceive that Othello's heroic feats as a warrior, with which he woos Desdemona, are like the labors of Hercules, or that the notorious handkerchief is analogous to the poisoned shirt of Nessus
The mention of the fight with Nessus
comes immediately before the news of Hercules' death agony reaches Deianira, a death agony caused, of course, by the same fight.
Heracles was finally overcome by treachery, poisoned by wearing a cloak smeared with the tainted blood of the centaur Nessus
, whom he had killed.