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- a city in the Peloponnese, Greece
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ides, the courier of Alexander, runs from Sicyon to Elis in 9 hours.
Syll_310, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.
eneral remarks on the art and life of the painter Pausias of Sicyon.
Syll_317, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.
assassinated, but his widow Cratesipolis retains control of Sicyon.
Demetrius captures Sicyon, and moves the city to a different site.
_106, a bilateral judicial agreement between Sicyon and Stymphalus.
The establishment of a tyranny at Sicyon.
Cleon, tyrant of Sicyon, is assassinated.
The birth of Aratus of Sicyon.
Cleinias builds a gymnasium at Sicyon.
Abantidas murders Cleinias and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
Aratus first takes part in the politics of Sicyon.
The education and physical training of Aratus of Sicyon.
Abantidas the tyrant of Sicyon is assassinated; his place is taken
long-established tyrants of Sicyon before Nicocles cause many of the
Nicocles assassinates Paseas and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
ratus overpowers Nicocles' bodyguard and forces him to leave Sicyon.
The Sicyonians recall their exiles.
Aratus persuades the Sicyonians to join the Achaean League.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pythocles of Sicyon
Cleomenes invades the territory of Sicyon.
Roman senate appoints the Sicyonians to arbitrate between Oropus
The Sicyonians fine the Athenians 500 talents for the sack of Oropus.
nes, and Critolaus to appeal against the decision of the Sicyonians.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Boeotus of Sicyon
ding Aspendus, Delos, Lampsacus, Myndus, Samos, Sicyon, and Tenedos.
Fulvia, the wife of Antonius, dies at Sicyon.
caearchus attributes it to the Sicyonians. But Hippasus
on a saffron robe and Sicyonian sandals, and kept on
defeated by Aratus the Sicyonian; who formerly had argue
leasure, as Mnasalces of Sicyon says, in his Epigrams -
ere pictures hung by the Sicyonian painters; and alternate
her he was a Samian or a Sicyonian, or whether he prefers
either a Corinthian or Sicyonian by birth, living, howev
Ornamented Portico at Sicyon; and they, too, erected
History, that among the Sicyonians there are some slaves
Athen_* 08.349-352 *
by chance, & She trod upon a Sicyonian almond. & Then
of Cleisthenes the tyrant of Sicyon. "And," says he, "th
treatise On the Pictures at Sicyon. Think, my friends,
On the Painted Stoa at Sicyon, says that Lamia was the
But Praxilla the Sicyonian says that Chrysippus was carr
son of Pythodorus the Sicyonian, to whom, when he came
us, and Menaechmus the Sicyonian too, in his treatise
], says- "Lysander the Sicyonian harp-player was the fir
eon. Praxilla, the Sicyonian poetess, was also celebrated
The kingdom of the Sicyonians: It lasted for 759 years,
] first the rulers of Sicyon, [ p177 ] and then [the
Argives The kings of the Sicyonians The kings of the Laced
sapus, the ninth king of Sicyon, and Belochus, the eighth
honius, the thirteenth king of Sicyon. At this time, Moses
[708 B.C.] - Tellis of Sicyon, stadion race A wresting
236 B.C.] - Pythocles of Sicyon, stadion race 137th [232
[124 B.C.] - Boeotus of Sicyon, stadion race [p211] 165th
[145 A.D.] - Cranaus of Sicyon, stadion race 232nd [149
emains to tell how Corinth and Sicyon were settled by the
(263-236) Pythokles of Sikyon the son of Euphorion
eloquence, brought over Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other
Athen_15.637'f & Lysander of Sicyon, a famous harp-playe
istocracy, was broken in Sicyon, and seditions took place
Plut:Arat_* 5-19 *
machus was an exile from Sicyon, and Ecdelus an Arcadian
Aratus' forces arrived from Sicyon. The Corinthians rea
tter taught by the young Sicyonian.'  Aratus immediate
in the meantime the city of Sicyon was near being betra
character. But the Sicyonians considered it as a misfortun
days, and still continues in Sicyon and Pellene.
Plut:Cleom_* 16-20 *
uld be declared general of the Sicyonians and Tritaeans.
manded for Ptolemy in Sicyon and Corinth, and offered
except Mantineia, Argos, Sicyon, and Corinth, he set free
rations for the siege of Sicyon, the Laconian harmost, who
had formed to surprise Sicyon, he retired to Cenchreae;
master of the harbour of Sicyon, which was then under the
sias, a money-changer at Sicyon, who was employed by Aratu
send for reinforcements from Sicyon. For this purpose,
(180-170) xandros, Kleandros of Sikyon the son of Kleandros,
(323/2) e on behalf of the Sikyonian people and has anno
(278/7) oponnese : Diketas of Sikyon, son of Nikostratos Eu
(272) s Euboians: Eperastos Sikyonians: Sosikles It is re
(272-270) enians: Asopodoros Sikyonians: Euthydamos Since
(256/5 or 254/3) -player: Pantakles of Sikyon Director: Lykon of Ath
(c. 250) stomachos of Sikyon, the son of Sosandro
(after 243) this statue of Aratos of Sikyon, the son of Klei
(c. 234) [Nikokles of Sikyon], the son of Timodamos Tragic
(225 or 221) harist: Chairis of Sikyon, the son of Chairitheos
ly) the famous Aratus of Sicyon, who wrote the "Multi-book
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