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1. After he was freed from his servitude to Eurystheus, Heracles fell in conflict with Iphytus, a prince of Oechalia, and murdered him.

2. King Eurytus of Oechalia promised his daughter, Iole, to whoever could beat his sons in an archery contest.

3. In Greek mythology, Iole (/ˈaɪ.əliː/; Ancient Greek: Ἰόλη) was the daughter of King Eurytus of Oechalia.

4. The hero plundered Oechalia and overthrew its walls while Iole threw herself down from the high city wall to escape.

5. In the play, Iole is described as the daughter of King Eurytus, the royal princess of Oechalia.

6. She is among the captive maidens of Oechalia when Heracles ransacks the city.

7. He was the son of Heracles's eldest son Hyllus and Iole of Oechalia.

8. Perigune later married Deioneus of Oechalia.

9. He tells Deianeira a false story of why Heracles had laid siege to the city of Oechalia (in Euboea).

10. Perigune later married Deioneus of Oechalia.

11. He was said to have been a contemporary of Homer and author of the lost epic Capture of Oechalia.

12. The Homeric Oechalia is identified by Strabo with Andania, but by Pausanias with Carnasium, which was only 8 stadia from Andania.

13. Oechalia (ancient Greek: Οἰχαλία) may refer to:

14. After Heracles had married Deianeira, he returned to Oechalia with an army.

15. and in the Messenian Oechalia sacrifices were offered to him every year.

16. His latest victory was over Eurytus, king of Oechalia.

17. "Oechalia". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.

18. / 37.26; 21.94 Oechalia or Oichalia (Ancient Greek: Οἰχαλία) was a town in ancient Messenia, in the plain of Stenyclerus.

19. The site of Oechalia is at or near that of ancient Carnasium (Karnasion).

20. "Oechalia". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.

21. The site of Oechalia is tentatively placed at the kastro of Ano Potamia (Άνω Ποταμιά) in the municipal unit of Kyme.

22. "Oechalia". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.

23. / 38.90319; 21.758595 Oechalia or Oichalia (Ancient Greek: Οἰχαλία) was a town in ancient Aetolia.

24. "Oechalia". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.

25. Oechalia or Oichalia (Ancient Greek: Οἰχαλία) was a town in Trachis, in ancient Thessaly.

26. Strabo makes mention of all these possibilities but does not offer any additional data on the concrete location of Oechalia.

27. "Oechalia". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.

28. Oechalia or Oichalia (Ancient Greek: Οἰχαλία) was a town of ancient Arcadia mentioned by Stephanus of Byzantium.

29. It is told that after Heracles finished his 12 labours, he came to Oechalia to compete in archery for the hand of Iole;

30. After marrying Melaneus she became the queen of Oechalia and gave birth to their dear son, the famous archer Eurytus.