Hebrew ( dr. Greek Εὔρυτος ) - a character of ancient Greek mythology  . King of Echaly  . Son of Melanias and Stratonics, wife of Antiochus, children: Klitius , Deion, Ifit , Toxei, Iola  . The kingdom of Hebrew was localized on Ebey , in Thessaly or in Messenia . According to Demetrius from Skepsis, Echaly was in Arcadia  .
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He received the science of archery from Apollo and competed with him himself  . He taught Hercules archery  . Arranged competitions in archery. Hercules won them, but Euryth refused to give him Iola as a wife. Then Hercules stole his mares  . Or the horses were abducted by Autolycus and sold to Hercules  .
When Hercules killed Ifit in insanity, he gave the money to Eurith as a virus, but he did not accept them  . Later, Hercules made an expedition to Echaly with the army and killed Eurythos and his sons  Toxei, Molyon and Klitius  before Iola’s eyes  . According to another version, Eurytis was shot dead by Apollo , who was called to the contest  .
The protagonist of the tragedy of Ion of Chios "Euritides."
The main negative character in Oldie ’s book “The Hero Must Be Alone ”, the head of a brotherhood whose goal is to destroy the Olympic gods in order to return the ancient titans of Tartarus to power, and by nurturing the Giants on the Phlegre fields - crazy children who can kill the Olympians forever. Giants are bred by crossing, in which the native children of Eurytis participate.
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