Eurystheus

[yoo-ris-thee-uh s, -thyoos, yuh-]
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noun Classical Mythology.

a king of Mycenae and cousin of Hercules, upon whom he imposed 12 labors.

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Eurystheus

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Greek myth a grandson of Perseus, who, through the favour of Hera, inherited the kingship of Mycenae, which Zeus had intended for Hercules
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