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Argolis

(är`gəlĭs), region of ancient Greece in the NE Peloponnesus. It was roughly identical with the Argive plain and was the area dominated by the city of Argos.

Argolis

1. a department and ancient region of Greece, in the NE Peloponnese. Capital: Nauplion. Pop.: 102 392 (2001). Area: 2261 sq. km (873 sq. miles)
2. Gulf of. an inlet of the Aegean Sea, in the E Peloponnese
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Ceramicists in key areas like Boeotia have relied on stratified typologies from distant sites like Pevkakia-Magula in Thessaly and Lerna in the Argolid, or on material from partially published sites such as Lefkandi on Euboea in order to interpret unstratified material.
L (en prensa): Landscape, time, topology: An account of the southern Argolid Greece.
Trainer Bob Baffert, who watched Silver Charm come up just short in a bid for the Triple Crown, returned to the winner's circle Monday when he saddled Argolid, the winner of Hollywood Park's $62,640 feature race.
For example, he maintains that nucleation of settlement in LM IIIC is a uniform result of a need for defense, even in coastal and lowland regions in the Argolid, Rhodes (Ialysos), Cyprus (Enkomi), and elsewhere (44).
The latter data are extracted from published settlement and land use surveys, as well as archaeobotanical, geomorphological, climatic and mortuary studies from the Argolid.
Papers address the politics of the Long Kesh/Maze Prison site in Northern Ireland, the many interpretations of the eastern African coast, the collect pond as an evolving cultural landmark in New York City, community representations in Botswana, commonality and difference in the landscape of Europe, landscape and history in Atlantic Africa, the archaeological narrative of southern Argolid Greece, the meanings of buildings in Annapolis, and the power of colonial/postcolonial landscapes in the Caribbean.
Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid since 1700, Stanford.
Sofia Voutsaki compares Mycenean-period tombs in the Argolid and Messenia, and links the material to contemporary social processes.
The California-bred is trained by Bob Baffert, who saddled last year's On Trust winner, Argolid.
And he has Agamemnon traverse an impossible route, passing by Cape Malea on return to the Argolid from Troy (4.
Objective: This project will provide major insights into commodity exchange and maritime links, in the Bronze Age Aegean world and Eastern Mediterranean, through the detailed analysis and publication of Transport Jars of LHIIIA-LHIIIC date in the Argolid, Greece.
Not only are the mountain routes arduous, but they would place the attackers in a position well east of Corinth and outside the main routes to the Argolid.