Pictures we featured in the Telegraph & Argus of the old ABC cinemas in Bradford created a lot of interest recently.The response inspired us to search through our archives and look back at some of the district's other picture houses.Here are ten of our favourite photographs, which we hope you enjoy looking at.Share your memories of going to the flicks below and if you have any old pictures you would like to see in the Telegraph & Argus, you can email them to [email protected] Serial number: on a label inside above the film rails in the format "No. The range 500000 - 513250 is per published information.Survey data so far support that but actual endpoints are unknown. Camera Index 1937 - 1938 Serial number: on a label inside above the film rails in the format "No.
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Alternatively, the name is associated with Argos, the third king of the city in ancient times, who renamed it after himself, thus replacing its older name Foronikon Asty (Φορωνικόν Άστυ).
It is also believed that "Argos" is linked to the word "αργός" (argós), which meant "white"; possibly, this had to do with the visual impression given of the argolic plain during harvest time.
According to Strabo, the name could have even originated from the word "αγρός" (=field) by antimetathesis of the consonants.
As a strategic location on the fertile plain of Argolis, Argos was a major stronghold during the Mycenaean era.