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Līchas

Αίχας or Αείχας). An attendant of Heracles, who brought his master the poisoned garment of Nessus, and was hurled by him into the sea. The Lichades (Αιχάδες)—three small islands between Euboea and Locris—were believed to have derived their name from him. See Heracles, p. 792.

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