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  Argonauts: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In greek mythology, aethalides was a son of hermes and herald for the argonauts....
In greek mythology, echion was one of the argonauts....
In greek mythology, tiphys, son of hagnias (or of phorbas and hyrmina), was the helmsman of the argonauts....
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In Greek mythology, the Argonauts were a band of heroes, before the Trojan War, who accompanied Jason to Colchis in his quest for the Golden Fleece.
The number of Argonauts vary but usually number 40-55 people total - traditionally there were 50.
The Argonauts were: (Jason and Medea are sometimes not counted)
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 Argonauts - le petit hiboux :: countless screaming argonauts
Welcome to the Argonauts Sub Aqua Club friendly club we are ideal for you.
The figures in The Argonauts are healthy, self-reliant, and enterprising.
Tt's a wobbling, tipsy monarchy with a lunatic queen at the helm in four inch stilettos.
the-odyssey.recommendlist.com /rl/the-odyssey-argonauts.htm   (219 words)

  
 Canadian Football League - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other team nicknames had unusual yet traditional origins.
With rowing a national craze in the late 1800's, the Argonaut Rowing Club of Toronto formed a rugby team for its members' off-season participation, and the Club nickname remains with the team.
After World War II, the 2 teams in Hamilton--the Tigers and the Wildcats--merged both their organizations and their nicknames, thus accounting for the hyphen in "Tiger-Cats."
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 All Greek to me...Roads to Rome...Classic Mythology, Ovid, and Homer Page
And further thought from our classmate John, "On First looking into Fagles' Homer".
"Jason, The myth of Jason, the Argonauts and the Golden Fleece.
History of Jason and the Argonauts -- Project Jason
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