Definition of Argos in English:

Argos

Syllabification: Ar·gos
Pronunciation: /ˈärgəs, -gôs
 
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A city in southern Greece, in the northeastern Peloponnese; population 23,600 (est. 2009). One of the oldest cities of ancient Greece, it dominated the Peloponnese and the western Aegean in the 7th century bc.

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