Non erat aeetes. aeetes indeed was still alive, but not likely to afford her any succour. With what confidence could she approach a father whom she had so basely abandoned, and whose son she had cruelly murdered? We are informed however by Apollodorus, that, notwithstanding all this, she fled to him, and was instrumental in restoring him to his kingdom, from which he had some time before been expelled.
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