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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 2 (search)
While he was with the herds and had reached his eighteenth year he slew the lion of
Cithaeron, for that animal, sallying from Cithaeron, harried the kine of Amphitryon and of
Thespius.According to another account, the lion of
Cithaeron was killed by Alcathous （Paus.
1.41.3ff.）. But Tzetzes, Chiliades ii.216ff. agrees with
Apollodorus, whose account of Herakles he seems to follow.
Now this Thespius was king of Thespiae, and Hercules went to him when he wished to catch
the lion. The king entertained him for fifty days, and each night, as Hercules went forth
to the hunt, Thespius bedded one of his daughters with him（ fifty daughters
having been borne to him by Megamede, daughter of Arneus）; for he was anxious
that all of them should have children by Hercules. Thus Hercules, though he thought that
his bed-fellow was always the same, had intercourse with them all.As to Hera