|Hercules, 16:joy. He played before the gods, and showed his prowess, boasting of his strength. Suddenly heHercules, 28:achieved. So great was his delight in the prowess thus displayed that he deemed it 'neath hisHercules, 80:The doe was his by right of skill and the prowess of his arm. "The doe is therefore doubly mine,"Hercules, 96:aid. They are in deep distress. Word of your prowess has gone forth. They seek that you should killHercules, 98:stood upon the Way, blocking his path, amazed at prowess hitherto unmet. For Hercules came on.