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Hydra onion From site, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the mythological monster. For other uses, see Hydra (disambiguation). Hydra Gustave Moreau's 19th-century depiction of the Hydra, influenced by the Beast from the Book of Revelation Parents Typhon and Echidna Mythology Greek mythology Other name(s) Lernaean Hydra Country Greece The Lernaean Hydra or Hydra of Lerna (Greek: Λερναῖα Ὕδρα, Lernaîa Hýdra), more often known simply as the Hydra, is a serpentine water monster in Greek and Roman mythology. Its lair was the lake of Lerna in the Argolid, which was also the site of the myth of the Danaïdes. Lerna was reputed to be an entrance to the Underworld,[1] and archaeology has established it as a sacred site older than Mycenaean Argos. In the canonical Hydra myth, the monster is killed by Heracles (Hercules) as the second of his Twelve Labors.[2] Согласно Гесиоду, Гидра была потомком Тифона и Ехидны. [3] Это было ядовито дыхание и кровь настолько опасны, что даже их запах был смертелен. [4] У Гидры было много головы, точное количество которых варьируется в зависимости от источника. Более поздние версии История Hydra добавляет монстру регенерацию: за каждую отрубленную голову Гидра вырастит две головы. [5] Геракл нуждался в помощи своего двоюродного брата Иолая отрезать все головы монстра и сжечь шею мечом и огнем. [6] Soglasno Gesiodu, Gidra byla potomkom Tifona i Yekhidny. [3] Eto bylo yadovito dykhaniye i krov' nastol'ko opasny, chto dazhe ikh zapakh byl smertelen. [4] U Gidry bylo mnogo golovy, tochnoye kolichestvo kotorykh var'iruyetsya v zavisimosti ot istochnika. Boleye pozdniye versii Istoriya Hydra dobavlyayet monstru regeneratsiyu: za kazhduyu otrublennuyu golovu Gidra vyrastit dve golovy. [5] Gerakl nuzhdalsya v pomoshchi svoyego dvoyurodnogo brata Iolaya otrezat' vse golovy monstra i szhech' sheyu mechom i ognem. [6] Гидра шишки This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Lernaean Hydra" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The oldest extant Hydra narrative appears in Hesiod's Theogony, while the oldest images of the monster are found on a pair of bronze fibulae dating to c. 700 BCE. In both these sources, the main motifs of the Hydra myth are already present: a multi-headed serpent that is slain by Heracles and Iolaus. While these fibulae portray a six-headed Hydra, its number of heads was first fixed in writing by Alcaeus (c. 600 BCE), who gave it nine heads. Simonides, writing a century later, increased the number to fifty, while Euripides, Virgil and others did not give an exact figure. Heraclitus the paradoxographer rationalized the myth by suggesting that the Hydra would have been a single-headed snake accompanied by its offspring.[7] Как и первоначальное количество голов, способность монстра восстанавливать потерянные головы варьируется со временем и автором. Первое упоминание об этой способности Гидры происходит с Еврипидом, где монстр отрастил пару голов для каждой, отрубленной Гераклом. в Евтидем Платона, Сократ сравнивает Евтидема и его брата Дионисидора с гидрой софистический характер, который вырастает два аргумента для каждого опровергается Палефат, Овидий и Диодор Сикулус согласен с Еврипидом, а у Сервия есть гидра, отрастающая на три головы каждый раз; Суда не дает номер. Изображение монстра датируется c. 500 г. до н.э. показать его с двойным хвостом, а также несколькими головами, предлагая ту же регенерирующую гидра шишки способность на работе, но никакие литературные отчеты не имеют этой функции. [8] The Hydra had many parallels in ancient Near Eastern religions. In particular, Sumerian, Babylonian, and Assyrian mythology celebrated the deeds of the war and hunting god Ninurta, whom the Angim credited with slaying 11 monsters on an expedition to the mountains, including a seven-headed serpent (possibly identical with the Mushmahhu) and Bashmu, whose constellation (despite having a single Head) was later associated by the Greeks with the Hydra. The constellation is also sometimes associated in Babylonian contexts with Marduk's dragon, the Mushhushshu. Second Labor of Heracles[edit] Hercules and the Hydra, c. 1475, Uffizi Gallery Pollaiuolo's Hercules and the Hydra (c. 1475). Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy Eurystheus sent Heracles to slay the Hydra, which Hera had raised just to slay Heracles. Upon reaching the swamp near Lake Lerna, where the Hydra dwelt, Heracles covered his mouth and nose with a cloth to protect himself from the poisonous fumes. He shot flaming arrows into the Hydra's lair, the spring of Amymone, a deep cave from which it emerged only to terrorize neighboring villages.[9] He then confronted the Hydra, wielding either a harvesting sickle (according to some early vase-paintings), a sword, or his famed club. The chthonic creature's reaction to this decapitation was botanical: two grew back, an expression of the hopelessness of such a struggle for any but the hero. The weakness of the Hydra was that it was invulnerable only if it retained at least one head. The details of the struggle are explicit in the Bibliotheca:[10] realizing that he could not defeat the Hydra in this way, Heracles called on his nephew Iolaus for help. His nephew then came upon the idea (possibly inspired by Athena) of using a firebrand to scorch the neck stumps after each decapitation. Heracles cut off each head and Iolaus cauterized the open stumps. Seeing that Heracles was winning the struggle, Hera sent a giant crab to distract him. He crushed it under his mighty foot. The Hydra's one immortal head was cut off with a golden sword given to Heracles by Athena. Heracles placed the head—still alive and writhing—under a great rock on the sacred way between Lerna and Elaius,[9] and dipped his arrows in the Hydra's poisonous blood. Thus his second task was complete. The alternate version of this myth is that after cutting off one head he then dipped his sword in its neck and used its venom to burn each head so it could not grow back. Hera, upset that Heracles had slain the beast she raised to kill him, placed it in the dark blue vault of the sky as the constellation Hydra. She then turned the crab into the constellation Cancer. Heracles would later use arrows dipped in the Hydra's poisonous blood to kill other foes during his remaining labors, such as Stymphalian Birds and the giant Geryon. He later used one to kill the centaur Nessus; and Nessus' tainted blood was applied to the Tunic of Nessus, by which the centaur had his posthumous revenge. Both Strabo and Pausanias report that the stench of the river Anigrus in Elis, making all the fish of the river inedible, was reputed to be due to the Hydra's poison, washed from the arrows Heracles used on the centaur. When Eurystheus, the agent of Hera who was assigning The Twelve Labors to Heracles, found out that it was Heracles' nephew Iolaus who had handed Heracles the firebrand, he declared that the labor had not been completed alone and as a result did not count towards the 10 labors set for him. The mythic element is an equivocating attempt to resolve the submerged conflict between an ancient ten labors and a more recent twelve. Constellation Main article: Hydra (constellation) Portrait d'Henri IV en Hercule terrassant l'hydre de Lerne, c. 1600, Louvre Museum Portrait of Henri IV as Hercules pinning the Hydra of Lerna, an allegory of the Navarrese king's defeat of the Catholic League during the French Wars of Religion. Workshop of Toussaint Dubreuil, c. 1600. Greek and Roman writers related that Hera placed the Hydra and crab as constellations in the night sky after Heracles slew him.[14] When the sun is in the sign of Cancer (Latin for "The Crab"), the constellation Hydra has its head nearby. In fact, both constellations derived from the earlier Babylonian signs: Bashmu ("The Venomous Snake") and Alluttu ("The Crayfish").


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Hydras can attack with all their heads at no penalty, even if they move or charge during the round. A hydra can be killed either by severing all its heads or by slaying its body. To sever a head, an opponent must make a successful sunder attempt with a slashing weapon. (The player should declare where the attack is aimed before making the attack roll.) Making a sunder attempt provokes an attack of opportunity unless the foe has the Improved Sunder feat. An opponent can strike at a hydra’s heads from any position in which he could strike at the hydra itself, because the hydra’s head writhe and whip about in combat. An opponent can ready an action to attempt to sunder a hydra’s head when the creature bites at him. Each of a hydra’s heads has hit points equal to the creature’s full normal hit point total, divided by its original number of heads. Losing a head deals damage to the body equal to half the head’s full normal hit points. A natural reflex seals the neck shut to prevent further blood loss. A hydra can no longer attack with a severed head but takes no other penalties..

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Hydra, also called the Lernean Hydra, in Greek legend, the offspring of Typhon and Echidna (according to the early Greek poet Hesiod’s Theogony), a gigantic water-snake-like monster with nine heads (the number varies), one of which was immortal. The monster’s haunt was the marshes of Lerna, near Árgos, from which he periodically emerged to harry the people and livestock of Lerna. Anyone who attempted to behead the Hydra found that as soon as one head was cut off, two more heads would emerge from the fresh wound.


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