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- a city on the eastern side of the Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Argive , Argives
invades the Peloponnese, and wins over Argos and most of Messenia.
rumpeter, Demetrius captures Argos, where he marries Deidameia, the
Syll_405, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Neon of Argos.
_406, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of four men from Argos.
yrrhus while he is withdrawing to Argos and kill his son Ptolemy.
Pyrrhus attacks and enters Argos, but is killed by a tile thrown
yll_419, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Eudoxus of Argos.
The death of Aristomachus, tyrant of Argos.
Aratus fails in an attack on Argos.
Aratus kills Aristippus of Argos in an ambush.
Aristomachus of Argos joins the Achaean League.
Argos deserts the Achaeans and join Cleomenes, along with Caphyae,
Syll_510, a decree of Tegea in honour of Aristomachus of Argos.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Iolaidas of Argos
The Achaeans encourage Argos to revolt against Cleomenes, which force
Aristomachus of Argos is captured by the Achaeans and put to death.
states the countryside around Argos, without meeting any resistance.
Cleomenes leads a second raid against Argos.
massacre at Argos, after the departure of Antigonus.
Philippus visits Argos and attends the Nemean Games.
The Macedonians gain control of Argos.
Philippus allows Nabis to take possession of Argos.
Polycrates of Argos returns after several years as governor of Cyprus
Flamininus advances to Argos.
Argos is freed from Spartan control.
Q.Metellus meets the magistrates of the Achaean League at Argos.
Sherk1_22, a decree of Argos in honour of Cn.Octavius.
tween the Lacedaemonians and Argives, and between the Achaeans and
Olympic victor in the boys' stadion race: Epaenetus of Argos
47f, the inscription on the base of a statue of Q.Metellus at Argos.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Anthestion of Argos
the priestess of Hera at Argos, to sacrifice, by putting
by it; of whom Archonides the Argive was one. And Mago
rce, & You'd think me an Argive wrestler; & Or must a door
ristomachus, the tyrant of the Argives. [50.] And Timocles
aking of Nicostratus the Argive, and saying how he flatter
Myrtis the priest, the Argive, taking by the ear Cleonym
lled was Nicostratus, an Argive, who had been cured of the
Antigonus, was besieging Argos, and when his troops could
I think. And the Argives too are ridiculed by the comic
and the daughters of the Argives, as they were returning
But seeks to have hollow Argos all for free?" & Once, on
was also Bilistiche the Argive, who was a very celebrated
of Troy, by Sacadas the Argive; for he has given a catalo
duced by Aristonicus the Argive, who was a contemporary
of cheesecake which, at Argos, is brought to the bridegro
who has ever heard of an Argive, a Corinthian, or a Theban
the term Argei is derived from Argos. . . . tutulati is
lers] of the land of the Argives, [ p183 ] and of the city
cenaeans sailed with the Argives and other Achaeans agains
reece, where he captured Argos and became the king of the
before Danaus came to Argos; although the Argives look
henians The kings of the Argives The kings of the Sicyonia
the seventh king of the Argives, and Marathonius, the thi
[472 B.C.] - Dandes of Argos, stadion race 78th [468 B.C
[80 B.C.] - Epaenetus of Argos, boys' stadion race There
[28 B.C.] - Sopater of Argos, stadion race 189th [24 B.C
collect forces from the Argives and from the rest of the
rus the son of Alexander, from Argos. Then Nicocrates the
of the priestesses at Argos and of what happened in the
was equal to that of Hera at Argos. So he dedicated the
all betook themselves to Argos and Thebes, where they had
ce, brought over Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other states,
the Spartans, marched to Argos, where, while he was endeav
cus also urged the Argive inhabitants of Iopolis to move
AX.475 & "Nor have these Argives achieved anything for a
The death of Aristomachus of Argos.  & Polyb_2.61'1-
Plut:Arat_* 2-6 *
and then sent him privately to Argos.  Aratus, having
gave him pain to see the Argives in slavery, and he took
so near him as that of Argos, sent his agents to Aristom
ely invited Cleomenes to Argos, with a promise of making
ristoteles, a citizen of Argos, and friend of Aratus, sent
sent of that city to the Argives, they resolved to re-peop
and ravaged the territories of Argos. Whereupon the Achaea
Plut:Cleom_* 17-26 *
aeans assembled again at Argos, and Cleomenes came down
cadia, except Mantineia, Argos, Sicyon, and Corinth, he
Plut:Mor_* 190-193 *
the citizens of Argos seemed to make out a better title
the country into three parts: Argos, Sparta and Messene.
Lacedaemonians and the Argives, the two armies were enca
hem the Arcadians, Messenians, Argives and other Peloponne
the Dorians to bring the Argives out to battle, by ravagin
& Archinus. The Argives had ordered new weapons to be
other, he found that the Argive and Arcadian allies of the
them to make their escape to Argos. They provided them
to summon assistance from the Argives. After capturing
of Sparta defeated the Argives, of whom more than seven
ing their machines.  The Argive Women. Pyrrhus,
hebes & And Polyneices led the Argive folk. & Seven the
I order sent to Argos the panoply of King Alexander and
(c. 320 +) horses: Philonikos of Argos, the son of Philonikos
(3rd cent.) thenes Hagesandros of Argos, son of Polyaratos Epik
(276/5) , Antiphilos Argives: Bryas Athenians: Aristokles
(273) also to Hoikis of Argos, priority in receiving
(256/5 or 254/3) Director: Satyros of Argos, the son of Simakos Tr
(soon after 235/4) Phokis Menekles of Argos Nikanor of Macedonia Ar
(203/2) Eitea, Lamiskos of Argos Kephallenians: Sotakos of
(c. 172) [Decree of the Argives.] &proxenos and benefacto
(169) reas and Aristomachos of Argos made the statue.
(c. 165) 's laurel the city of Argos, with a golden crown
nours in the city of the Argives." 7: FROM THE WRITIN
(Amphilochian Argos) - a city on the Ambracian Gulf, north-west Greece
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(315-280) Damagetos of Amphilochian [Argos] . . . his fami
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