Hercules, I want you to slain the Hind of Ceryneia.
Ita Vero, Eurystheus.
Hercules runs after the deer.
No! You will not escape!
At last, I have captured the deer. Victory shall be mine!
One year later...
Narration: Eurystheus is asking Hercules to capture the Hind of Cerynia.
Narration: You would think it would be easy for Hercules to catch this deer. However, this was a special deer with golden antlers and bronze hooves.It was also sacred to the Goddess Diana. He could not kill it or hurt it. He could however capture it. However, he struggled to capture this deer. Hercules non laetus est.
Narration: Finally, after one year, he caught up and captured the deer. Nunc, Hercules laetus est.