Eurustheus =

Iphi-medon = Ya<qob

[genealogy in CDCM, Table 7]

Sthenelos = >abram

Sthenelos married (CDCM, s.v. "Sthenelus"4) NIK-ippe. Another NIK-ippe was priestess who induced such hunger (GM 24.b) as incited eating one’s own body (CDCM, s.v. "Erysichthon").

>abram married S`aray, who when she died was buried in (B-Re>s^it 23:19) the cave Ma-kpelah (‘folded’ < Strong’s 3717 /kapal/ ‘to fold together’). {Is self-devouring to be regarded as folding into one’s self?}

NIKe was a winged goddess.

The name />aBRam/ may be derived from (Strong’s 84) />eBRah/ ‘feather’.

Eurustheus =

Son of Sthenelos was Eurustheus.

Son of >abram was

Eurustheus required servile labor of Heraklees : supplanted Yis^ma<>el as heir.

Heraklees performed 12 such labors.

Yis^ma<>el had 12 sons.

The eyen of Eurustheus were torn out (CDCM, s.v. "Eurystheus"). became blind.

The head of Eurustheus was buried at (GM 146.c) Tri-koruthos (‘triple helmet’).

{a ‘triple-helmet’ would be a Norse horned one}

some labors of Heraklees

The substitution of (Strong’s 6959) /QO^Ba</ for /ko^ba</ (Strong’s 3553 ‘helmet’) may allude (via the ‘triple helmet’) to the triple-bodied Geruoneus, whither Heraklees voyaged in (GM 132.c) a "goblet" (‘goblet’ is Strong’s 6907 /QUBBA<at/).

The dung in the stables of ("A"4) may refer that that in (GM 127.a) the cattle-byres of Augeias. Dung is useful as compost for growing mushrooms, the namesake of Mukenai ruled by Eurustheus.


Iphi-medon = Ya<qob

Son of Eurustheus was Iphi-medon.

Son of was Ya<qob.

The funeral procession for the dead Iphis was viewed by ANAXarete (CDCM, s.v. "Anaxarete").

The exodos (a procession for the corpse of Ya<qob’s son Yo^sep) passed nigh the abode of the <NAQi^m.

Iphis had killed himself by hanging.

A meaning of /<aNAQ/ is ‘strangling’ (Strong’s 6060).

CDCM = Pierre Grimal : A Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology.

GM = Robert Graves : The Greek Myths.