Eurytheus' Wine Pithoi
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Large storage pot


Protects whatever is inside from harm


Users who climb inside will feel the urge to do so again


Placing an object inside, or a user hiding inside

Collected by

Warehouse 2 Agent



Date of Collection

323 BC - 30BC


Origin[edit | edit source]

Eurystheus was the king of Tiryns, and the one chosen by the gods to assign Herakles with his twelve labors. After Herakles slew the Nemean lion and arrived back wearing the lion's skin, Eurytheus was frightened by Herakles' attire and hid in a wine pithoi, (ancient Greek storage pot). He frequently stayed in there for the duration of the labors.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Objects or users stored inside the jar will be protected from harm. Users that climb into the jar will feel the urge to climb back inside when they need comfort.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Reclaimed from Warehouse 2 along with many other artifacts.

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