Twelve Labours of Hercules | Cleaning the Augean Stables in a Single Day | Ancient Greek Mythology00:00

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Published on November 15, 2019

Twelve Labours of Hercules | Cleaning the Augean Stables in a Single Day | Ancient Greek Mythology

For the fifth labor, Eurystheus ordered Hercules to clean up King Augeas’ stables. Hercules knew this job would mean getting dirty and smelly, but sometimes even a hero has to do these things. Then Eurystheus made Hercules’ task even harder: he had to clean up after the cattle of Augeas in a single day.

Now King Augeas owned more cattle than anyone in Greece. Some say that he was a son of one of the great gods, and others that he was a son of a mortal; whosever son he was, Augeas was very rich, and he had many herds of cows, bulls, goats, sheep, and horses.

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