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In Greek mythology, the Ceryneian Hind (Greek: Ελαφος Κερυνῖτις, Elaphos Kerynitis) was a deer sacred to the goddess Artemis. It lived near the town of Ceryneia. It was very big. Its horns were made of gold. Its hooves were made of bronze and/or brass. Herakles was given the task of retrieving it for the third of his famous Twelve Labors.