Pyrrhichus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Sparta - said to have invented Pyrrhic dancing
derives its name from Pyrrhichus, who was a Lacedaemoni
- in documents
etitions to Menches concerning an attack by Pyrrhichus and Heracleus.
(c. 216) bsp; Agapanor son of Pyrrhichos, Aischrion s
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