|Hercules, 57:A cry of deep distress smote on his ear. Some vultures circling o'er a distant rock caught hisHercules, 58:suffering dire agonies of pain, caused by the vultures plucking at his liver, thus slowly killingHercules, 58:binding chain and freed Prometheus, chasing the vultures to their distant lair, and tending theHercules, 63:he found Prometheus bound to a rock with the vultures tearing at his liver. The sight of suchHercules, 63:thus putting him in a position to drive away the vultures. We come now to the crucial point of theHercules, 75:incarnate, releasing him from the torture of the vultures of old. The solar plexus, the stomach andHercules, 75:nature, and Hercules freed himself from the vultures of desire that had for so long tortured him.