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After his labours Hercules went to Thebes and gave Megara to Iolaus,With this and what follows down to the adventure with Syleus, compare Diod. 4.31 （who seems to be following the same authority as Apollodorus）; Tzetzes, Chiliades ii.412-435. and, wishing himself to wed, he ascertained that Eurytus, prince of Oechalia, had proposed the hand of his daughter Iole as a prize to him who should vanquish himself and his sons in archery.Compare Scholiast on Hom. Il. 5.392; Soph. Trach. 260ff., with the Scholiast on Soph. Trach. 266; Scholiast on Eur. Hipp. 545. So he came to Oechalia, and though he proved himself better than them at archery, yet he did not get the bride; for while Iphitus, the elder of Eurytus's sons, said that Iole should be given to Hercules, Eurytus and the others refused, and said they feared that, if he got children, he would again kill his offspring.As he had killed the children he had by M
Having succeeded to the kingdom of Thebes, Creon cast out the Argive dead unburied, is
on by her. In time the son grew up and came to Thebes, where Creon detected him by the bodily mark w ome said that Theseus led an army to
Thebes, defeated the Thebans, and
compelled d the Athenians marched with Theseus, captured Thebes, and gave the dead to their kinsfolk to bury.
the Epigoni, purposed to march
against Thebes to avenge the death
of their fathers;The war of the Epigoni against Thebes is narrated very similarly by Diod.
4.66. Compare Paus. Alcmaeon as their leader, they made war on Thebes. The men who took part in the expedition were s also a cenotaph of the seer on the road from Thebes to Chalcis
（Paus. 9.18.4）. Diod.
they had vowed that, if they took Thebes, they
would dedicate to him the fairest below, Apollod. 3.12.6. Similarly the land of Thebes was supposed to be visited with barrenness of