Erymanthian boar

Erymanthian boar ĕrĭmăn´thēən [key], in Greek mythology, a huge boar that ravaged the environs of Mt. Erymanthos. As his third labor, Hercules captured it by chasing it into deep snow and binding it with heavy chains.

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