Hippias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hippias   - tyrant of Athens, 527-510 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.596 tortured by command of Hippias the tyrant, died under
Athen_13.609 And he took for Hippias, who succeeded him in the tyran
Just_2.9 ther son, whose name was Hippias, taking upon him the auth
Polyaen_01.22.1 he named all the friends of Hippias. And when they had
Polyaen_05.14.1 sail for Aegina. Hippias, the elder of her brothers, was
Polyaen_08.45.1 name was Leaena. Hippias ordered her to be examined by

  Hippias 2   of Elis - Greek sophist, 5th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.609 accomplished was she, as Hippias the Sophist says, in his
Cic:Brut_30 agoras the Abderite, and Hippias the Elean, who were all
Cic:Brut_292 he extols Protagoras, Hippias, Prodicus, Gorgias, and

  Hippias 3   - a Greek orator, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Mor_838 of Plathane, the daughter of Hippias the orator. He was
Plut:Mor_839 Plathane, the wife of Hippias the rhetorician, who had

  Hippias 4   - Athenian archon, 181 B.C.
181/_ Athenian archon: Hippias

  Hippias 5   of Erythrae - a Greek historian
Athen_06.258 ery day. [74.] But Hippias the Erythraean, in the second

  Hippias 6   - general of Pissithnus; 5th century B.C.
Polyaen_03.2.1 um, proposed a conference with Hippias, the general of Pis

  Hippias   - in documents
Inscr_124 (c. 216)   nbsp; Mnasitheos son of Hippias,   Chremas son
Inscr_91 (240-230)   odemos, Philodemos, Hippias and Pauson: since Boulo
OGIS_345 (95/4)   on, Doros, Rhodon, Hippias, Lykeas to Theoxenos for
OGIS_59 (163)   s Polemon Epitimidas Hippias Lachares Erotion Horop
SEG_33.1221 (c. 147)   rred from two jars by Hippias the hēmiolios; v
Syll_481 (c. 257/6)   ton, Pleiston, Achaimenes, Hippias and Kleon. [B]


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