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Chorus Yet, if she will not, we, a dark,sun-burned race, with suppliant boughs will invoke the underworld Zeus, Zeus the great hostof the dead; for if the gods of Olympus hear us not, we will hang ourselves.
When Hercules was sailing from Troy, Hera sent grievous storms,See Hom. Il. 14.249ff., Hom. Il. 15.24ff. which so vexed Zeus that he hung her from Olympus.See Apollod. 1.3.5. Hercules sailed to Cos,With the following account of Herakles's adventures in Cos, compare the Scholiasts on Hom. Il. i.590, xiv.255; Tzetzes, Chiliades ii.445; Ov. Met. 7.363ff. The Scholiast on Hom. Il. xiv.255 tells us that the story was found in Pherecydes,
he had Antiades; by Chryseis he had Onesippus; by Oriahe had
Laomenes; by Lysidice he had Teles; by Menippis he had Entelides; by Anthippe he had
Hippodromus; by Eury he had Teleutagoras; by Hippo he had Capylus; by Euboea he had Olympus; by Nice he had Nicodromus; by Argele he had Cleolaus; by Exole he
had Erythras; by Xanthis he had Homolippus; by Stratonice he had Atromus; by Iphis he had
Celeustanor; by Laothoe he had Antiphus; by Antiope he had Alopius; by Cal