Admetus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- ancient king of Pherae; husband of Alcestis
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a herd for the sake of Admetus, Poseidon a horse for tha
miserable in his loss. O Admetus, cruel king of Thessaly, and
- in documents
(201-197) cedonia, the son of Admetos, who is a friend of kin
Senabollous made with Admetus also called Chesthotes,
(228/7-212/1) . Eunikos of [Sphettos] Admetos of . . . Andro
(263-236) Macedonia the son of Admetos ;
(240-230) n which you honoured Admetos son of Bokros; after h
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