Deyanira, the wife of Hercules in Greek Mythology

Deyanira, the wife of Hercules in Greek Mythology


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Deyanira was the daughter of Eneo, king of Calydon and wife of Hercules with whom he had a son, Hilo.

When they left Calidón and when crossing the river Eveno, the centaur Neso tried to rape Clytemnestra being killed at that moment by Heracles with a poisoned arrow.

Deyanira and the Tunic of Nessus

However, before dying, he gave her a robe which, he told her, would make Hercules, using her, never abandon her.

When Heracles fell in love with Iole, Deyanira sent him the tunic. When Heracles put it on, he felt a fire that burned him and when he desperately tried to take it off, he could not, then throwing himself on a pyre on Mount Eta.

Deyanira, after learning the fate of the hero, he committed suicide.

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