Arbiter Eurystheus. We have already taken notice of the power of this prince over Hercules, and the attempts to which he forcibly urged him. He is here by the poet called Arbiter irae Iunonis, because it was at the instigation of Juno, and to gratify her resentment, that he formed the design of oppressing Hercules.
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