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Helios, the father of Aetes and Circe by Perse, does, however, suffer insatiable sexual desire and is destined for numerous unsatisfying liaisons (see Funk & Wagnall's Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology and Legends, ed.
When they finally reached their destination, they were forced to perform several additional tasks, but Aetes (Aeetes), the king, still refused to give up the fleece.
They met with a number of adventures along the way, and when they finally reached Colchis, they found that the king, Aetes (Aeetes), would not give up the fleece until Jason yoked the king's fire-snorting bulls to a plow and plowed the field of Ares.
Medea In Greek mythology, an enchantress who helped Jason, leader of the Argonauts, to obtain the Golden Fleece from her father, King Aetes (Aeetes) of Colchis.
After many adventures, the Argonauts finally reached Colchis, where they found that the king, Aetes (Aeetes), would not give up the fleece until Jason performed several tasks.