Auf der Suche nach dem goldenen Vlies landeten die Argonauten in Kolchis. Later on, Jason was supposed to sow from the half of the Dragon's teeth which Aeetes had got from Athena, after Cadmus killed that beast in Boeotia. But the evil heart perseveres, and treachery must follow treachery. In the Odyssey, Arete appears as a noble and active superintendent of the household of her husband.
Phrixos schlachtete den Widder und schenkte Aietes das goldene Vlies. Aeetes was the King of Colchis and the father of Medea.
After successfully doing this, Jason took the fleece and sailed away with Aeetes' daughter Medea since she was in love with him and helped him defeat the dragon. Lastly, Jason had to slay the dragon that never slept that was guarding the fleece. As an act of gratitude, Phrixus gave Aeetes the golden fleece of the ram, which Aeetes hung on a tree in Colchis. Da Aietes vor Fremden gewarnt wurde und seine Gattin ihn noch dazu ermunterte, tötete er aber später Phrixos. Although Helle fell from the ram and died, Phrixus escaped to Colchis and was taken in by Aeetes. Aeëtes. However, King Aeetes was not unaware of what some day could happen to this cherished item. Here, in the sacred grove of the war god Ares, hung the golden fleece of a magical flying ram, object of a quest by the hero Jason and the Argonauts. To this city the ARGONAUTS came determined to steal the Golden Fleece. His wife is Idyia by whom he is the father of Absyrtus, Chalciope, and Medea. Aeetes was king of Colchis, a barbarian kingdom on the far edge of the heroic world. Jason had to yoke fire-breathing oxen and plow a field with them. His sisters were Circe and Pasiphae. ; Hes.The.956; Hyg.Fab.3, 12, 14, 22, 23, 25, 27, 244; Val.5.289. Aeetes is the King of Colchis (the land at the eastern end of the Black Sea) who received from Phrixus 1, son of Athamas 1, the Golden Fleece.Later, when the ARGONAUTS came to Colchis, he was betrayed by his own daughter Medea, and lost both fleece and kingdom.. On the opposite side of the river, there was the grove of Ares, where Aeetes kept the Golden Fleece. On leaving for Colchis, Aeetes entrusted the kingdom to Bunus, the son of Hermes and Alcidamea, and when Bunus died, Epopeus 1, who some call son of Aloeus 2, brother of Aeetes, extended his own kingdom to include Corinth. And since one thing leads to the next, they did not only steal Aeetes' property, but also carried off his daughter, whom their captain had seduced. Idyia is the youngest among the OCEANIDS. With Idyia, Aeetes fathered Medea, Chalciope, and Absyrtus. For this reason the Ram with the Golden Fleece may be said to have gained immortality, but before this and for all practical and ritual purposes, Phrixus 1, on arriving to Colchis, sacrificed the Ram to Zeus and gave the fleece to his new lord King Aeetes, who nailed it to an oak in a grove of Ares, guarded by a sleepless Dragon, offspring of Gaia. Phrixos heiratete Chalkiope, die Tochter des Aietes. Later in Aeetes life, Jason and the Argonauts arrived in Colchis to take the golden fleece. There they let down the sails and entered the stream of the river with oars, rowing until they reached, on the left shore of the river, the city of Aea where Aeetes' palace was. For this purpose a ship was built which was called "Argo", and those who followed Captain Jason were called ARGONAUTS. Zusammen mit Asterodeia oder der Eurylyte war er der Vater des Absyrtos. When Alcinous compromised with the declaration, “If she be yet a maid I decree that they carry her back to her father; but if she shares a husband's bed, I will not separate her from her lord; nor, if she bear a child beneath her breast, will I give it up to an enemy,” Arete went to Jason and Medea in the night and told them to marry so that Medea's life would be spared. Historica Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. , https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Arete_(mythology)&oldid=980844512, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Ancient Greek (to 1453)-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 September 2020, at 20:01. Aeetes did not take kindly to Jason's request for the fleece and set the hero a daunting series of tasks before he would hand it over. No wonder then that Aeetes, having learned about Medea's love and deeds, determined to destroy the intruders and have both Golden Fleece and princess restored. As a result of political instability in Iolcus, the city in Thessaly on the coast of the Gulf of Pagasae, King Pelias 1 bade Jason to go in quest of the Golden Fleece, and he, gathering the best fifty men of his time, sailed to Colchis in order to fetch this interesting item. Aietes soll Klytios, den Sohn des Eurytos, und Iphitos, den Bruder des Eurystheus, getötet haben. Aeetes was the King of Colchis and the father of Medea. In any case, Aeetes was not pleased when Jason and his foreign troop came with the hope that he would grant them the Golden Fleece. https://historica.fandom.com/wiki/Aeetes?oldid=140730. He then had to sow dragon teeth into the field, which sprouted into an army of warriors. After several difficulties the ARGONAUTS came to the river Phasis in Colchis, which today is called Rion. And that is why Aeetes would have liked instead to cut the ARGONAUTS' tongues, so to be excused from hearing their demands. It is while gathering Apsyrtus' limbs, they say, that Aeetes fell behind in the pursuit. Dieser versprach es ihm zu geben, wenn es ihm gelänge, mit Hilfe des erzfüßigen Stieres, den Hephaistos geschaffen hatte, die Drachenzähne auszusäen. When the Argonauts arrived at the island, Arete and her husband received them and Medea hospitably. Marble, third quarter of the 16th century.
Mythological Deities Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. April 2020 um 22:49 Uhr bearbeitet. Her name appears to be associated with the Ionic noun ἀρητή, meaning "sacred", "cursed" or "prayed." Iason, ihr Anführer, forderte es von Aietes. All of the warriors fought until only one was left. For on account of the Golden Fleece, which some wished to give back and others to keep, there was no little fighting and burning and killing, King Aeetes being opposed by his own brother Perses 3. When Odysseus arrived in Scheria, he appealed first to Arete for reception and protection, and she treated him hospitably. They also add that there suddenly appeared, at the moment of his death, a flame in heaven, and the Ram with the Golden Fleece was commemorated in a vast constellation called Ram or Aries. He is the son of Helios and father of Medea.
The Colchians arrived soon after in pursuit of Medea and demanded to take her back to face punishment for the death of her father, Aeëtes. For she of herself is no wise lacking in good understanding, and for the women to whom she has good will she makes an end of strife even among their husbands. Aeetes invited his guest to yoke the brazen-footed bulls that breathed fire from their jaws, and with their help plough the field of Ares. However, it is also told that Medea lived in this city, not as a queen but as an exile, and that Corinth at that time was ruled by King Creon 3, who died because of Medea's plots.
Deshalb tötete Medea Absyrtos, schnitt ihn in Stücke und warf sie ins Meer.
Aeetes was king of Colchis, a barbarian kingdom on the far edge of the heroic world. Others have said that it was Jason who killed him and cut him into pieces. Then the ghost of Phrixus 1 gave the man who had once allowed him to settle in Colchis yet another advice: to marry his daughter Medea to any suitor and let her leave the kingdom. Aeetes (Ancient Greek: Αἰήτης) was a Colchian king from Greek mythology. Now, as Hera declared, the king's heart was treacherous, and that is why, straightaway after his meeting with Jason, he sat in council with his ministers devising troubles against the ARGONAUTS and planning to burn the ship and her crew. Medea killed and dismembered Absyrtus, forcing Aeetes and his horsemen to find and pick up the pieces as Medea and Jason escaped on the Argo. And his sister Helle, they argue, did not fall from a flying Ram, for that is absurd, but from the ship: she simply was troubled with sea-sickness and, leaning far over the side of the ship, fell into the sea which was called Hellespont after her.
King Aeetes was the brother of Circe, the father of Medea and the taskmaster of Jason. Arete was the daughter of Rhexenor.
However, as the guests insisted and praised Aeetes all they could, offering military aid to subdue other neighboring peoples, and promising to blow his trumpet on his account throughout the world so that each and everyone would know his name, Aeetes, who was not immune to flattery or Fame, decided to give Captain Jason a chance. Some have said that the ARGONAUTS joined the army of Aeetes in this conflict, but others have not heard of these facts or have chosen to disregard them altogether, supposing that Colchis was at peace when Jason and his friends arrived to the city of Aea. Nothing of the sort really existed, they argue, but the bulls just were Taurian guards who had been appointed to guard the Golden Fleece inside a precinct. These are the reasons why, when later the Colchian princess Medea came to Hellas, she became Queen of Corinth. But this was, reasoned Aeetes, what his father Helius had prophesied, when he told him to avoid the secret treacheries of his own offspring. Aeetes, however, did not remain in Corinth or within the territory which today is called "Greece" or "Hellas", but instead emigrated to Colchis, the land at the eastern end of the Black Sea which bears in our days (AD 2000) the name of "Georgia". He secretly had no intention of doing so, and it was only because his daughter Medea fell in love with Jason and came to his aid that the hero's quest was achieved. But years later Medea, who had been deserted by Jason and expelled from both Corinth and Athens, came incognito to Colchis and, finding that Aeetes had been deposed by his brother, she slew Perses 3 and restored the kingdom to her father. Drawing by Nicolas-André Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Métamorphoses d'Ovide, Paris 1806). Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft, Ausführliches Lexikon der griechischen und römischen Mythologie, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Aietes&oldid=199067766, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. Auf seiner Flucht gelangte Phrixos auf einem fliegenden, goldenen Widder zu Aietes. Aeetes was granted the Golden Fleece by Phrixus after he kindly gave Phrixus refuge, and, in 1300 BC, Jason arrived in Colchis to claim the fleece as his own. Deshalb entwendete sie das Vlies, gab es Iason und floh zusammen mit ihrem Bruder Absyrtos und den Argonauten zu Schiff. Argonautica 3.275). In any case, while Aeetes was king in Colchis, Phrixus 1, son of Athamas 1 and Nephele 2, came flying through the sky from Thessaly in northern Hellas to that distant land, borne by the Ram with the Golden Fleece, which he did in order to save his life, then endangered by the plots staged by his father's second wife Ino. Aeetes watches as Jason tries to yoke the bulls. Aeetes, in Greek mythology, was the son of the sun god Helios and a daughter of Oceanus, and the brother of King Perses of Tauris. Preliminary notes. Some sources claim that it means "righteous", while others connect it with Ares, the Greek god of war.
Most of these things had been designed and fashioned by Hephaestus, who also wrought a couple of brazen-footed bulls which breathed fire through their mouths of bronze, and which he gave to Aeetes.
The Golden Fleece comes flying to Colchis. Apd.1.9.1, 1.9.23, 1.9.28; AO.55, 794; Arg.2.1260ff., 3.240; Dio.4.45.1ff. Some have said that this prowess was useless, for, they say, on his arrival, or perhaps later, he was killed by King Aeetes, who feared, because of an oracle, the descendants of Aeolus 1. Aietes (altgriechisch Αἰήτης, der aus Aia; latein Aeetes) war in der griechischen Mythologie der Sohn des Helios und der Perse, einer Okeanide und Göttin des Mondes, zugleich Bruder der Kirke, der Pasiphae, des Perses und des Aloeus. Aeetes, in Greek mythology, was the son of the sun god Helios and a daughter of Oceanus, and the brother of King Perses of Tauris. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
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