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Danaus  (DAN-ay-us)

King of Argos, who instructed his fifty daughters to kill their husbands on their wedding night. The fifty husbands were duly murdered. And in consequence, the daughters of Danaus were condemned to an afterlife of perpetual labor, carrying water from the river Styx in leaky jars.
Like the daughters of Danaus, Sisyphus was condemned to an afterlife of perpetual labor. (zoom)