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Listed 14 sub titles with search on: Olympic games  for wider area of: "ARGOS Municipality ARGOLIS" .

Olympic games (14)

Ancient olympic champions, boys' stadium

Epaenetus, boys' stadium 80 B.C., 175th Olympiad

ARGOS (Ancient city) ARGOLIS

Ancient olympic champions, boys' wrestling

anonymous, 472 B.C., 75th Olympiad


Ancient olympic champions, four-horse chariot

Deme of the Argives, 472 B.C.

77th Olympiad

Ancient olympic champions, long-race

Ladas, 460 B.C., 80th Olympiad


Aristeus, 420 BC, 90ty Olympiad

An Argive, the son Cheimon, conquered in the Dolichos at the Olympic games. (Paus. vi. 9.1)

Ancient olympic champions, multiple victories

anonymous, double foot-race, four victories

It is cited that an athlete, probably an Argive one, whose name is unknown, had won 4 times in double foot-race in the 143rd, 144th, 145th & 146th Olympiads, in 208, 204, 200 & 196 B.C.

Ancient olympic champions, pancratium

Epitimadas, pancratium 468 B.C., 78th Olympiad


Ancient olympic champions, stadium

Iolaidas, stadium 224 B.C., 139th Olympiad


Anthestion, stadium 52 B.C., 182nd Olympiad


Sepater, stadium 28 B.C., 188th Olympiad


Ancient olympic champions, two victories

Dandis, 2 victories

476 - 472
He won in the double foot-race in the 76th Olympiad, in 476 B.C. and in stadium in the 77th Olympiad in 472 B.C.

Ancient olympic champions, wrestling


Olympic victor, 448 BC, 93rd Olympiad.

Caras, wrestling 300 B.C., 120th Olympiad


Ancient olympic victors, riding-horse

Deme of the Argives, 472 B.C., 75th Olympiad


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