- A conflict, especially involving the protagonist and antagonist in a-work of literature.
- The part of an ancient Greek crisis, particularly a comedy, by which two characters practice verbal dispute.
- A test of might; a conflict: "Freud's originality stemmed from their aggression and ambition in the agon with biology” ( Harold Bloom).
- A contest in ancient Greece, such as athletics or songs, which awards were awarded.
- difficult or competition; dispute; particularly involving the protagonist and antagonist in a literary work.
- An intellectual conflict or evident competition of tips.
- A contest in ancient Greece, such as athletics or music, for which awards were awarded.
- A two-player boardgame enjoyed a hexagonally-tiled board, preferred in Victorian times. Also called queen's guard.
- A contest for a prize during the general public games.
- In Greek antiquity, a contest for a prize, whether of professional athletes inside games or of poets, performers, painters, and the like.
- a festivity in ancient Greece at which competitors contended for awards
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