In Greek mythology, Hera set up twelve difficult tests in order to embarrass Hercules. These marble statues carved the scene of Hercules bravely fighting the Hydra. Hercules held a strong club in his hand and slammed it at the Hydra. There are many ferocious hydras around the marble statues. Wrapped around Hercules but in this case. The hero is still brave, and this marble statues exquisitely sculpts the battle scenes. A classic Western work. You can also customize several other sculptures of Hercules.
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The background of the Greek mythology of marble statues:
Hydra is a big poisonous snake with nine heads. It haunts all directions in the grass. What’s more terrifying is that the largest of its heads is unkillable. If it is cut off, two new heads will be born. Hercules marble statues and his friend Iolaus came to kill him. Hyderabad was much smarter than a lion. He held his head up and waited for the attack of Hercules marble statues. Hercules marble statues stepped forward and chopped off the largest snake’s head with a single knife. To his surprise, two new heads grew out of the snake’s neck immediately, ten heads swaying, making it creepy.
While Hercules’ marble statues were struggling to think about countermeasures, a big crab who had been betrayed by Hydra quietly crawled over and bit Hercules’ feet tightly with two big claws. Hercules marble statues turned around and smashed the Cancer with a big tree. Killed the cancer crab, he called the fellow Iolaos to help him, Iolaos clinging to the torch, lit the nearby woods, and then burned the newly grown snake’s head with the burning branches, not to let it grow up. At this time, Hercules marble statues took the opportunity to chop off Hydra’s undead head and buried it by the side of the road, with a heavy stone pressed on it. Then, he split the body of the snake into two sections and soaked the arrow in poisonous snake blood. From then on, the enemy who was hit by his arrow had no cure.