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  Argos   - a city on the eastern side of the Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Argive , Argives
315/4a invades the Peloponnese, and wins over Argos and most of Messenia.
303/16 rumpeter, Demetrius captures Argos, where he marries Deidameia, the
277/2b Syll_405, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Neon of Argos.
276/21 _406, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of four men from Argos.
272/17 yrrhus while he is withdrawing to Argos and kill his son Ptolemy.
272/27 Pyrrhus attacks and enters Argos, but is killed by a tile thrown
270/18b yll_419, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Eudoxus of Argos.
240/37 The death of Aristomachus, tyrant of Argos.
235/2 Aratus fails in an attack on Argos.
235/6 Aratus kills Aristippus of Argos in an ambush.
229/21 Aristomachus of Argos joins the Achaean League.
225/11 Argos deserts the Achaeans and join Cleomenes, along with Caphyae,
225/18a Syll_510, a decree of Tegea in honour of Aristomachus of Argos.
224/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Iolaidas of Argos
224/8 The Achaeans encourage Argos to revolt against Cleomenes, which force
224/9 Aristomachus of Argos is captured by the Achaeans and put to death.
222/7 states the countryside around Argos, without meeting any resistance.
222/8 Cleomenes leads a second raid against Argos.
222/30 massacre at Argos, after the departure of Antigonus.
209/4 Philippus visits Argos and attends the Nemean Games.
198/15 The Macedonians gain control of Argos.
197/1a Philippus allows Nabis to take possession of Argos.
197/27 Polycrates of Argos returns after several years as governor of Cyprus
195/7 Flamininus advances to Argos.
195/12 Argos is freed from Spartan control.
185/6 Q.Metellus meets the magistrates of the Achaean League at Argos.
170/33 Sherk1_22, a decree of Argos in honour of Cn.Octavius.
163/11 tween the Lacedaemonians and Argives, and between the Achaeans and
80/_ Olympic victor in the boys' stadion race: Epaenetus of Argos
67/46 47f, the inscription on the base of a statue of Q.Metellus at Argos.
52/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Anthestion of Argos
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Aelian:NA_7.41   Pyrrhus was killed at Argos, ** though its driver had
Aelian:NA_9.65   would the priestess of Hera at Argos. The reasons for this
Aelian:NA_10.37   Epirus who set out for Argos by night: this bird met him
Aelian:NA_11.10   descent from his mother the Argive Io, daughter of Inac
Aelian:NA_12.34   that the inhabitants of Argos are the only people in the
AnthPal_3.18   the priestess of Hera at Argos, to sacrifice, by putting
AnthPal_7.154   the Megarians and the Argives, the avenger of unhappy
AnthPal_7.169   the image of the Argive heifer, nor is the sea that face
AnthPal_7.244   the three hundred from Argos and as many from Sparta,
AnthPal_7.432   He killed three Argives, and exclaimed, "Let me die hav
AnthPal_7.446   land, clothed in this Argive earth, which his deep-boso
AnthPal_7.526   to mark the subjection of the Argives. & * & cp. epigram
AnthPal_7.548   F 10 } & "Who is the Argive Daemon on the tomb? Is he
AnthPal_7.721   from Sparta engaged the Argives equal in number and in
AnthPal_9.104   MITYLENE & { Ph 10 } & Argos, the talk of Homer, and you
AnthPal_9.163   a son, calling to the Argives : "Hands off! The old man
AnthPal_9.391   Zeus, should win. Wrestling is Argive, not Libyan. & *
AnthPal_12.129   H 1 } & Philocles of Argos is "fair" & at Argos, and
AnthPal_13.5   ra. * & i.e. in the Heraea at Argos. The dialogue is betw
AnthPal_13.28   erses, & and Ariston of Argos, clearly pouring dulcet bre
AnthPal_16.1   ler from Messene or from Argos ; Sparta, Sparta famous for
AnthPal_16.95   but the stranger is of Argive blood ; the one far the
AnthPal_16.216   of Hera Polycleitus of Argos, who alone saw Hera with
AntipThes_9.26   century, Telesilla of Argos in the sixth century, Corin
Athen_2.44   by it; of whom Archonides the Argive was one. And Mago
Athen_6.238   rce, & You'd think me an Argive wrestler; & Or must a door
Athen_6.246   ristomachus, the tyrant of the Argives. [50.] And Timocles
Athen_6.252   aking of Nicostratus the Argive, and saying how he flatter
Athen_6.254   Myrtis the priest, the Argive, taking by the ear Cleonym
Athen_7.289   lled was Nicostratus, an Argive, who had been cured of the
Athen_10.415   Antigonus, was besieging Argos, and when his troops could
Athen_10.442   I think. And the Argives too are ridiculed by the comic
Athen_11.467   basket-dance."   But the Argive poetess Telesilla calls even
Athen_11.480     {61.}   But the Argive cylices seem to have had
Athen_11.483   the Greek peoples : in Argos at the public banquets, in
Athen_11.502   says that the people of Argos and Aegina passed a law
Athen_13.560   and the daughters of the Argives, as they were returning
Athen_13.582   But seeks to have hollow Argos all for free?" & Once, on
Athen_13.596   was also Bilistiche the Argive, who was a very celebrated
Athen_13.610   of Troy, by Sacadas the Argive; for he has given a catalo
Athen_14.637   duced by Aristonicus the Argive, who was a contemporary
Athen_14.645   of cheesecake which, at Argos, is brought to the bridegro
Athen_15.672   after she had fled from Argos, came to Samos, and there,
Cic:Brut_50   who has ever heard of an Argive, a Corinthian, or a Theban
Cic:Tusc_1.113   they mention, sons of the Argive priestess; the story is a
Cic:Tusc_2.39   Say how the Argives bear themselves in fight?
Cic:Tusc_3.53   might have taken them for Argives or Sicyonians. And I myself
Crinag_7.741   partans who fought against the Argives at Thyreae. [9.81]
DioscEpigr_7.229   seven wounds from the Argives, exposing his whole front
DioscEpigr_7.430   are the only two left of the Argives. Seek out every fal
Ennius:Ann_125   the term Argei is derived from Argos. . . . tutulati is
Euseb]:Chron_5   lers] of the land of the Argives, [ p183 ] and of the city
Euseb]:Chron_63   cenaeans sailed with the Argives and other Achaeans agains
Euseb]:Chron_145   reece, where he captured Argos and became the king of the
Euseb]:Chron_159   before Danaus came to Argos; although the Argives look
Euseb]:Chron_171-183 *   henians The kings of the Argives The kings of the Sicyonia
Euseb]:Chron_203-207 *   [472 B.C.] - Dandes of Argos, stadion race 78th [468 B.C
Euseb]:Chron_211   [80 B.C.] - Epaenetus of Argos, boys' stadion race There
Euseb]:Chron_213   [28 B.C.] - Sopater of Argos, stadion race 189th [24 B.C
Euseb]:Chron_227   collect forces from the Argives and from the rest of the
Euseb]:Chron_245   rus the son of Alexander, from Argos. Then Nicocrates the
Euseb]:Chron_275   of the priestesses at Argos and of what happened in the
Joseph:BJ_1.414   was equal to that of Hera at Argos. So he dedicated the
Just_5.9   all betook themselves to Argos and Thebes, where they had
Just_13.5   ce, brought over Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other states,
Just_25.5   the Spartans, marched to Argos, where, while he was endeav
Malal_202   cus also urged the Argive inhabitants of Iopolis to move
Nepos_2.8   and went to live in Argos. 2 There because of his
Nepos_15.6   with the Thebans and Argives, Callistratus, the envoy of
Nepos_21.2   2 When he was attacking Argos, a town in the Peloponnese,
Oros_1.8   Assyrians and Apis over the Argives. 11 The seven years of
Oros_1.11   He then betook himself to Argos and there persuaded the Argives
Oros_2.17   they betook themselves to Argos and to Thebes. There
Oros_3.23   allied themselves with Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other states.
Oros_4.2   he was in Greece at Argos, a flourishing city of Achaia,
Philip_16.52   by Delphi, Corinth, Elis, & Argos, and Actium. But if
Philoch_132   AX.475 & "Nor have these Argives achieved anything for a
Phld:Epigr_5.115   the fourth place with Demo of Argos. The Fates themselves
Phylarch_54   The death of Aristomachus of Argos. [55] & Polyb_2.61'1-
Plin:HN_3.51   according to Cato by the Argives and surnamed Falisca of the
Plin:HN_3.70   famous for the temple of Argive Juno founded by Jason. Further
Plin:HN_4.18   Troezen, Coryphasium and Argos, sometimes called Inachian
Plin:HN_4.22   Olympia through Arcadia to Argos. (The distance between Olympia
Plin:HN_4.56   strait. In the Gulf of Argos are Pityusa, Erine and Ephyre;
Plin:HN_6.214   the Cyclades, Gythium, Malea, Argos, Laconia, Elis, Olympia and
Plin:HN_7.36   that he personally saw at Argos a man named Arescon who
Plin:HN_7.194   Athens; though some hold that Argos had been founded before by
Plin:HN_7.198   and weights by Phidon of Argos, or, as Gellius preferred, Palamedes;
Plin:HN_36.14   [14] As for Dipoenus, Ambracia, Argos and Cleonae were full of
Plut:Arat_35   so near him as that of Argos, sent his agents to Aristom
Plut:Arat_39   ely invited Cleomenes to Argos, with a promise of making
Plut:Arat_44   ristoteles, a citizen of Argos, and friend of Aratus, sent
Plut:Arat_45   sent of that city to the Argives, they resolved to re-peop
Plut:Arat_2-6 *   and then sent him privately to Argos. [3] Aratus, having
Plut:Arat_25-29 *   gave him pain to see the Argives in slavery, and he took
Plut:Cleom_4   and ravaged the territories of Argos. Whereupon the Achaea
Plut:Cleom_17-26 *   aeans assembled again at Argos, and Cleomenes came down
Plut:Demetr_25   cadia, except Mantineia, Argos, Sicyon, and Corinth, he
Plut:Mor_190-193 *   the citizens of Argos seemed to make out a better title
Polyaen_1.6.1   the country into three parts: Argos, Sparta and Messene.
Polyaen_1.14.1   Lacedaemonians and the Argives, the two armies were enca
Polyaen_2.3.5   hem the Arcadians, Messenians, Argives and other Peloponne
Polyaen_2.12.1   the Dorians to bring the Argives out to battle, by ravagin
Polyaen_3.8.1   & Archinus. The Argives had ordered new weapons to be
Polyaen_3.9.37   other, he found that the Argive and Arcadian allies of the
Polyaen_6.20.1   them to make their escape to Argos. They provided them
Polyaen_6.27.2   to summon assistance from the Argives. After capturing
Polyaen_8.33.1   of Sparta defeated the Argives, of whom more than seven
Polyaen_8.68.1   ing their machines. [68] The Argive Women. Pyrrhus,
PsCallisth_1.46   hebes & And Polyneices led the Argive folk. & Seven the
PsCallisth_3.33   I order sent to Argos the panoply of King Alexander and
SEG_36.330   (330-300) ere shall be citizenship in Argos for the Aspendians, as kinsm
SelPap_1.90A   (254) Paerisades and the theoroi from Argos whom the king has sent
Simonid_7.431   for Thyrea with as many Argives, never turning our necks,
Simonid_13.14   & Here lies Dandes of Argos, the stadion racer, who gai
Simonid_16.232   ers, I used to carry fish from Argos to Tegea.
Syll_1064   (c. 140-110) boys in the Heraia at Argos
Syll_1076   (c. 250-200) ilistos son of Kallisthenes from Argos in the men's pentathl
Syll_1168.B   (late 4th cent.) 37 Kleimenes of Argos, paralysed . . .
Syll_314   (c. 320 +)   horses: Philonikos of Argos, the son of Philonikos
Syll_340   (3rd cent.)   thenes Hagesandros of Argos, son of Polyaratos Epik
Syll_406   (276/5)   , Antiphilos Argives: Bryas Athenians: Aristokles
Syll_416   (273)   also to Hoikis of Argos, priority in receiving
Syll_424   (256/5 or 254/3)   Director: Satyros of Argos, the son of Simakos Tr
Syll_485   (soon after 235/4)   Phokis Menekles of Argos Nikanor of Macedonia Ar
Syll_564   (203/2)   Eitea, Lamiskos of Argos Kephallenians: Sotakos of
Syll_644   (c. 172)   [Decree of the Argives.] &proxenos and benefacto
Syll_649   (169)   reas and Aristomachos of Argos made the statue.
Syll_653   (c. 165)   's laurel the city of Argos, with a golden crown
Syll_704.E   (c. 117) the Peloponnese : Empedosthenes of Argos, son of Hagias
Syll_705   (112)   convene at Thebes [and] at Argos. They have also ap
Teles_48   nours in the city of the Argives." 7: FROM THE WRITIN
THI_92   (321-311)   of Pelops, Pelasgian Argos,   and Pnytagoras m
THI_93   (c. 276) came from Libya, many from Argos and many came from rich
THI_11.A   (c. 20) at the Heraia games in Argos, in the stadion race -
THI_176   (115/4) belonging to the [guild] in Argos, [and in all matters] he
THI_189   (c. 200) en, in [the valley] of Argos, all the competitors launched [the
ValMax_5.1e.4   had invaded the city of Argos with most dismal omens, and
ValMax_5.4e.5   from the honour of the Argives, or to cloud the glory

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