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capture the Cerynian Hind, sacred to Artemis. Another tale of a deer is told by Ovid.
Hercules 5
down the Cerynian hind, with hooves of brass and golden antlers; (4) captured the boar of Erymanthus; and (5) cleaned stalls of Augeas. 1.
Flatidae (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea) of Indonesia, exclusive of Irian
inaequalis (Walker); Cerynia incurva Melichar = Cerynia albata (Stål); ...
with lectotype designations. Part 2
ler = H ypsiphanta Jacobi.
Types of Flatidae (Homoptera) XVIII. Lectotype designations for
Length: overall 8.5; v 0.33; f 1.

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12/12/12: What a day -- a math professor explains the significance of a dozen
However, we can list the 12 labors forced upon Hercules by King Eurystheus of Tiryns. Most involved killing some ghastly creature or another.

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Ceryneian Hind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, the Ceryneian Hind (Greek: ἡ Κερυνῖτις ἔλαφος), also called Cerynitis, was an enormous hind (deer), who lived in Keryneia, Greece.
Greek Mythology - 12 Labours of Heracles
The Cerynian Hind had golden horns, bronze hooves and was so fast it could outrun an arrow.
Hercules' Third Labor: the Hind of Ceryneia
The Hind of Ceryneia Diana's Pet Deer. For the third labor, Eurystheus ordered Hercules to bring him the Hind of Ceryneia.
Ceryneian Hind
The Twelve Labors of Hercules —
Three: Capture the Cerynian Hind. The goddess Artemis loved and protected this stubborn little deer, which had gold horns.

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