On hearing these news and the reproaches of her son, Deianira steals silently away, and destroys herself upon the bridal-bed.
Fairest among the maidens of tolia was Deianira, daughter of Œneus, King of Calydon.
Aeneus, King of Aetolia, had a daughter whose name was Deianira.
Nessus had betrayed his trust, and was about to carry off Deianira in the very sight of her husband.
This was his last exploit, for it led to Deianira's sending him the poisoned robe which caused his death.
Deianira is struck with compassion for their lot, and with admiration of the noble bearing of one of them, Iole.
His death was brought about through his endeavors to preserve Deianira from the attacks of Nessus, the centaur, whom he killed.
The name of the Centaur that was destroyed by Hercules for insulting his wife Deianira.
Nessus the Centaur, who lived in a cavern close by, offered to carry Deianira over on his back.
Deianira (Deiani′ra), daughter of Oeneus, was wife of Hercules.