Argo   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Argo   - name of a ship, in which Jason, Heracles and others sailed from Greece to Colchis
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  + Argonauts
Athen_13.572 hen he had collected the Argonauts, sacrificed to Zeus Het
ElegMaec_1.103 serving. After the Argo had skirted in affright the reefs
Ennius:Ann_546 ssed the ship which was called Argo . . . or those who saw
Euseb]:Chron_61 the expedition of the Argonauts sailed to the river Pha
Euseb]:Chron_65 expedition of the Argonauts and Heracles happened during
Euseb]:Chron_185 The deeds of the Argonauts and the Centaurs occurred in
Just_32.3 Aeetes in pursuit of the Argonauts, that had carried off
Just_42.2 and of heroes, who were called Argonauts. 12 Having brough
Memn_28 as the arrival of the Argo, the disappearance of Hylas
Polyaen_08.71.1 who were descended from the Argonauts. And in consequen
Poseidon_97 it were on the rudder of the Argo. The star cannot be


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