Homeric Hymn to Heracles (Hymn 15)

Gap-fill exercise

Complete the Homeric Hymn to Heracles in the translation of Andrew Lang.

Of Heracles the son of will I sing, mightiest of mortals, whom bore in of the fair dancing places, for she had lain in the arms of the son of , the lord of the dark clouds. Of old the hero wandered endlessly over land and sea, at the bidding of the prince, and himself wrought many deeds of fateful might, and many he endured; but now in the fair haunts of snowy he dwells in joy, and hath white-ankled for his wife. Hail prince, son of , and give to us valour and good fortune.