Or he was a great warrior from the fields of Argos, and he was a good potter, known to produce beautiful things.
Let him make me oath that he will ferry these writings to Argos, to those friends to whom I wish to send them.
He had supposed that another Argos was alluded to in this warning, namely, an Argos in Greece.
The members of the Greek government whose head-quarters had been at Argos, had fled precipitately at the approach of Dramali.
He had not known before of the existence of any Argos in Thrace.
Prometheus coming on earth to give fire to men appears before the palace of Inachus in Argos on a festival of Zeus.
Temenus, the eldest of the sons of Aristomachus, took the kingdom of Argos.
Adrastus, king of Argos, pleads with Theseus who at first refuses aid but finally consents at the entreaties of his mother.
He landed, and decided to build a city on a promontory northeast of Argos.
Much of the time I was down at the docks, and when I could not be there my thoughts were full of the Argos and her voyage.
name of the ship in which Jason and his companions sought the Fleece in Colchis, in Greek, literally "The Swift," from argos "swift" (adj.), an epithet, literally "shining, bright" (see argent; cf. also Sanskrit cognate rjrah "shining, glowing, bright," also "swift"), "because all swift motion causes a kind of glancing or flickering light" [Liddell and Scott].