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1 Hera once again sent another giant, Tityos to rape Leto.
2 According to other version, Artemis also aided him in protecting their mother by attacking Tityos with her arrows.
3 After the battle Zeus finally relented his aid and hurled Tityos down to Tartarus.
4 Apollo killed the giants Python and Tityos, who had assaulted his mother Leto.
5 Later, Tityos attempted to rape Leto at the behest of Hera.
6 One was the giant Tityos, a phallic being who grew so vast that he split his mother's womb and had to be carried to term by Gaia herself.
7 Leto, who gives birth to the Olympians Apollo and Artemis, takes an active part on the side of the Trojans in the Iliad, and is also involved in the story of the giant Tityos.
8 His mother is variously named: Europe, daughter of the giant Tityos;
9 Kerényi portrays Orion as a giant of Titanic vigor and criminality, born outside his mother as were Tityos or Dionysus.
10 In Greek mythology, Elara /ˈɛlərə/, Elare or Alera (Ancient Greek: Ἐλάρα, Ἐλάραη or Ἀλέρα), also called Larissa, was a mortal princess, the daughter of King Orchomenus and mother of the giant Tityos by Zeus.
11 This was where she gave birth to Tityos, a giant who is sometimes said to be the son of Gaia, the Earth goddess, for the reason being an earth-born (γηγενής gigenis "native") and brought up under the earth.
12 The cave through which Tityos was believed to have come to the surface of Earth was located on Euboea and referred to as Elarion.