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Iolau

 Navigators - Human

 Card 495

Battle Area:

  1. Water = 00
  2. Earth = 25
  3. Sky = 00

Attack and Defense:

  1. Wisdom = 00
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 25
  3. Powers = 00

  4. Fire = 00


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The Argonauts were the sailors who, in Greek mythology, accompanied the hero Jason on his journey to Colchis (where Georgia is today) to rescue the Golden Fleece. The story is part of the Greek myth Jason and the Argonauts, and they were so named because the ship they embarked on for this adventure was built by Argos, one of the heroes of the story. The myth arrived in its most complete form in the work Argináutica, by Apolônio de Rhodes, written in the 3rd century BC

 

Synthesis

In Greek mythology, Iolau (in Greek: Ιόλαος, transl. Iólaos) was a divine Theban hero, son of Iphicles - and thus a nephew of Hercules - and Automedusa. He often acted as a chariot driver and a companion to Hercules, and was also considered to be Eromenos (lover, in the transition from young adult to man).

Plutarch reports that before him couples of homosexual men would go to the tomb of Iolau to pledge allegiance to the hero and to each other. This initiation myth is of ancient origin. Iolau's tomb is also mentioned by Píndaro. The Theban Gymnasium was also named after him, and Ioleia, an athletic festival consisting of gymnastic and equestrian events, was held annually in Thebes in his honor.


Hercules and Iolau, with Eros between them. Etruscan ritual vase from the 4th century BC
When Hercules was stopping the hydra in his second job, Iolau cauterized each neck, and caused the hydra to be killed. [1] Hercules married his ex-wife Mégara to Iolau. [2] They had a daughter, Leipefilene. With the death of Hercules, Iolau lit the funeral torch.

Iolau led a Greek colony to Sardinia, made up of several of Heracles' tepid sons

 

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