Critias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - son of Callaeschrus; killed in 403 B.C.
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drinking in different cities, as Critias explains in these words in
of Peirithous whether that is Critias, one of the Thirty or
essalians are agreed (as Critias says) to be the most extr
cordingly, the admirable Critias also speaks of him in the
original contrivers of it, as Critias the son of Callaeschrus tells
succeeded by Alcibiades, Critias, and Theramenes, whose
in order of time by Critias, Theramenes, and Lysias. There are
What was the character of Critias, or of Alcibiades? They were
this to the most excellent Critias, " who had been his
In this encounter Critias and Hippolochus, the two most
send him to the king, Critias and the other tyrants of
7 In a second battle Critias fell, chief of the tyrants,
sybulus' victory occurred, and Critias died at the Peiraeu
ngs, such as Alcibiades, Critias, Lysias, and Archinous,
as you can." Now this Critias was the cruellest of all
- acquaintances of the poet Callimachus
them this, that I here cover Critias, their son. & 
istiŏn, daughter of Critias, dedicate me - a lamp enr
- in documents
the Third Century B.C.', p. 95 Kritias to Zenon greeting.
(230-205) The treasurer Kritias shall inscribe [this decree a
(194-166) sp; . . . and Kritias brought letters, and coming
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