Peisistratus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Athens, 546-527 B.C.
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and thrice recall me, Peisistratus, great in council,
woman who brought back Peisistratus to assume the tyrann
however, supposed, that Peisistratus (who lived many year
the time of Solon and Peisistratus, we meet with no one
tice of it, may be observed in Peisistratus. He was succee
years. From when Peisistratus became tyrant at Athens;
ntention becoming known, Pisistratus, the Athenian general
ans. PEISISTRATUS. Peisistratus, tyrant of Athens, when
lso: Plutarch, Sol_8'2]  & Peisistratus. Peisistratus,
ove with the daughter of Peisistratus; as she was walking
by 72 grammarians when Peisistratus was tyrant of Athens
- in documents
one plank. Antagoras struck Peisistratus. It was not
conjecture about you, Peisistratus, when we see a Chian
sianax son of Protagoras Peisistratos son of Agenor Th
(early 2nd cent.) nion and Menes son of Peisistratos private individu
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