Argives

Some articles on argives, argive:

Thebaid (Latin Poem) - Contents
... goes on the explain the aetiology of the festival the Argives are celebrating, telling the story of Apollo's rape of Psamathe, the death of her and her child Linus, followed by Apollo's vengeful summoning of a child-eati ... The Argives and their allies prepare their forces ... The Argives and their allies are gathered and the poet asks Fama and Vetustas to help him in the catalogue of heroes and allies ...
Danaus - Mythology
... Protection was granted after a vote by the Argives ... of Danaus to the throne, judged by the Argives, who "from the earliest times.. ... It occurred to the Argives that Gelanor was like the bull and Danaus like the wolf, for as the wolf will not live with men, so Danaus up to that time had not lived with them ...
Calchas
... meaning "bronze-man"), son of Thestor, was an Argive seer, with a gift for interpreting the flight of birds that he received of Apollo "as an augur, Calchas ... that predicts that Troy will only fall once the Argives are able to recruit Philoctetes ... He also tells the Argives that the city is more easily taken by strategy than by force ...
Battle Of Hysiae - First Battle
... Pausanias (2.24.7), who writes as follows Here are common graves of the Argives who conquered the Lacedaemonians in battle at Hysiae ... All that is known is that the Argives defeated the Lacedaemonians ... Some (Andrewes) have suggested that this Argive defeat of Sparta occurred when Pheidon was king (or tyrant) of Argos, since Pheidon was famed for his military success and daring, but ...
Battle Of Sepeia
... of Sepeia (494 BC), the Spartan forces of Cleomenes I defeated the Argives, fully establishing Spartan dominance in the Peloponnese ... According to Herodotus, the Spartan army tricked the Argives into believing that the Spartans were going to their evening meal, and when the Argives did the same, the Spartans ... legend for, according to Herodotus, Spartan King Cleomenes massacred the remaining Argives—most by burning them alive in the sacred grove of Argos to which they had ...