Argolic

Ar`gol´ic


a.1.Pertaining to Argolis, a district in the Peloponnesus.
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For our study area, currents were not found to be a strong factor, as the Saronic and Argolic Gulfs have primarily wind-generated surface currents (Agouridis 1997), Hence, wind patterns within the ArgoSaronic region are the focus of our attention.
Forecasted data for wind stations around the southern Aegean with particular intensity in the Argolic and Saronic Gulfs were obtained for four specific dates in the year (one for each season), over a 10-year period and averaged.
They visited the Palamidi Fortress that loomed over the city, a sweaty climb of one thousand steps to the top and achingly beautiful views of the Argolic Gulf.
It was the first capital of Greece, before Athens, and faces the Argolic Gulf.
For a week last summer I lived above a taverna on a beach overlooking the Argolic Gulf in Greece.
49), despising Argolic Juno and the massed signs of the gods (VI.
We chose the surf, sail and cycle break in Porto Heli, a small and largely unspoilt town on the Argolic peninsula opposite the island of Spetse.
Lolos' welcome contribution, "The Cypro-Mycenaean Wreck at Point Iria in the Argolic Gulf: First Thoughts on the Origin and the Nature of the Vessel" (pp.
1 SIP an ouzo overlooking the Argolic Gulf where Hercules set off on his labours.
Porto Heli stretches around the head of a large bay at the tip of the Argolic Peninsula, opposite the island of Spetse - about two hours by hydrofoil from Athens or a fairly arduous four-hour bus ride via the Corinth Canal.