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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 2 (search)
of Laomedon to give the horses to Herakles, see Hom. Il. 5.638-651, Hom. Il.
21.441-457; Ov. Met. 11.213ff.; Hyginus,
Fab. 69. Laomedon twice broke his word, first to Poseidon and Apollo and
afterwards to Herakles. Hence Ovid speaks of “the twice-perjured walls of
Troy” （Ov. Met. 11.215）. Hercules put to sea after
threatening to make war on Troy.As to the siege and capture of Troy by Herakles, see below, Apollod.
And he touched at Aenus, where he was
entertained by Poltys. And as he was sailing away he shot and killed on the Aenian beach a
lewd fellow, Sarpedon, son of Poseidon and brother of Poltys. And having come to
Thasos and subjugated the Thracians who dwelt
in the island, he gave it to the sons of Androgeus to dwell in. From Thasos he proceeded to Torone, and there, being challenged to wrestle by Polygonus and Telegonus,
sons of Proteus, son of Poseidon, he killed them in the wrest