Agron

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Agron was a son of Eumelus and brother of Byssa and Meropis. The family dwelt at Meropis in Kos and worshipped Gaia, who rewarded them with all kinds of goods. However, they were quite impious towards other gods and never participated in religious festivals. Agron was especially disrespectful towards Athena, ...
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Agrón

Agrón is a municipality located in the province of Granada, Spain. According to the 2010 census (INE), the city has a population of 340 inhabitants. ...
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Agron

(from the article `Illyria`) ...however, could unite several tribes into a kingdom. The last and best-known Illyrian kingdom had its capital at Scodra (modern Shkodër, Albania). ...
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Agron

[dictionary] The Agron was Saadia Gaon`s first production, completed in his twentieth year (913). It is a double Hebrew language dictionary, the two parts being arranged according to the alphabetic order of initials and of final letters respectively. It was intended to be used in versification, in which acrostics and rime were the chief req...
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Agron

[surname] Agron is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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