Argus is the Latinized form of the Ancient Greek word Argos. It may refer to:
- Argus Panoptes (Argus "All-Eyes"), a giant with a hundred eyes.
- Argus (king of Argos), son of Zeus (or Phoroneus) and Niobe
- Argus (son of Arestor), builder of the ship Argo in the tale of the Argonauts
- Argus, the eldest son of Phrixus and Chalciope
- Argus, the son of Phineus and Danaë, in a rare variant of the myth in which she and her two sons (the other being Argeus) travel to Italy
- Argus or Argos (dog), the faithful dog of Odysseus
- Argus or Argeus (king of Argos), the son of Megapenthes
- Argus, one of Actaeon's dogs
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