This Admetus did; and in this chariot he drove her back to his own kingdom of Pheræ, where he made her his queen.
It is one thing that Apollo should be employed by Admetus, although he is a god.
By the aid of his divine herdsman, Admetus accomplished this difficult task, and gained his bride.
Last of them all came the son of Admetus, dragging his chariot and driving his horses on in front.
Outside in the great hall Admetus sat with his head upon his hands, weeping for his wife, and cursing the bitterness of his fate.
Dost thou love this maiden with all thy heart and soul, Admetus?
Just in time Admetus drew back, or they would have squeezed the life from her.
Like one changed to marble Admetus stood and watched him go.
From the place where Admetus lived it was only a few miles to Iolcus, a rich city by the sea.
The voice of man's reason is to them as the baying of jackals in the wilderness, Admetus.