Fig. 1.33. Nessus and Deianira. The painting by Rubens. Adapted from [524: 1], p. 557, fig. 614. Fig. 1.34. Abduction of Deianira. Etruscan mirror. Adapted from [524: 1], p. 558, fig. 615. Furthermore, the monetary board insidious Ness leads to a secret agreement between him and Deyanira. Otherwise, their behavior can not be called. After all, they actually come in a secret alliance, conspiracy. Unbeknown to Ness Hercules Deianira tells what to do, and it is, again, a secret from her husband neatly way takes instructions wounded centaur (collects his semen, blood, etc.). Here again comes to mind the history of the treacherous wife Bogolyubsky that secret from him comes into the plot against her husband. Deyanira also actually enter into a conspiracy against her husband Hercules. Greek myth, however, is trying to whitewash it. Allegedly, his wife did so "naively", unaware of the consequences. But it is most likely too late editorial tricks, which aim to shift the blame on others.