Warrior altar MAR Palermo NI1886. Warrior at the altar (named, Eukros), part of scene representing the sacrifice of Iphigeneia (named, on the left). Attic white-ground lekythos, 500–450 BC. From Selinunte.
Stymphalian Birds: These comprised the 6th labor of Hercules. He was supposed to kill these birds which had an appetite for human flesh and beaksof steel, in the swamp. Hercules was aided by Hephaestus, the god of technology, who provided him with the means to divert and scare them with a rattle so that he could kill them with a arrow as the flew around.