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Argonauts In Greek legend, 50 heroes, including Heracles, Orpheus, and Castor and Pollux, who sailed the ship Argo to Colchis, a kingdom at the e end of the Black Sea, in search of the Golden Fleece. Their leader was Jason, husband of Medea.

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argonaut (in zoology)

argonaut, in zoology: see paper nautilus.

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Argonauts (in Greek mythology)

Argonauts: see Jason; Argo; Golden Fleece.

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Argonaut

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