Agis

Agis may refer to:

  • Agis I (died 900 BC), a Spartan king
  • Agis II (died 401 BC), a Spartan king
  • Agis III (died 331 BC), a Spartan king
  • Agis IV (265 BC–241 BC), a Spartan king; Plutarch included a chapter on him in his Parallel Lives
  • Agis (Paeonian), a Paionian king of the pre-Hellenistic era
  • Agis of Argos, an ancient Greek poet
  • Agis (play), a verse drama by John Home
  • AGIS (Apex Global Internet Services), a former Internet service provider
  • Maurice Agis (1931–2009), a British sculptor and artist
  • Atomic Gravitational Wave Interferometric Sensor, or (AGIS), a proposed type of gravitational wave detector

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Maurice Agis - Biography
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Agis Of Argos
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Agesilaus (disambiguation)
... II (444 BC–360 BC), 18th Eurypontid king of Sparta, brother of Agis II Agesilaus (general), brother to Agis III, 20th Eurypontid king of Sparta Agesilaus (statesman), uncle and advisor to ...
Perrigo - History
... In March 2005 the firm acquired Agis Industries Ltd ... Agis was founded in 1983 by Moshe (Mori) Arkin who developed his father's small drug import business into a multinational generic pharmaceutical company ...