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Listed 14 sub titles with search on: Olympic games for destination: "ARGOS Ancient city ARGOLIS".


Olympic games (14)

Ancient olympic champions, boys' wrestling

anonymous, 472 B.C., 75th Olympiad

, , -472

Ancient olympic victors, riding-horse

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

, , -472

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, four-horse chariot

Deme of the Argives, 472 B.C.

77th Olympiad


Ancient olympic champions, pancratium

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

, , -468

Ancient olympic champions, long-race

Ladas, 460 B.C., 80th Olympiad

, , -460

Aristeus, 420 BC, 90ty Olympiad

, , -420

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


Ancient olympic champions, wrestling

Cheimon

, , -448

Olympic victor, 448 BC, 93rd Olympiad.


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

, , -300

Ancient olympic champions, stadium

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

, , -224

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

, , -52

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

, , 28b

Ancient olympic champions, boys' stadium

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

, , -80

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.


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