Thirty   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Thirty   Tyrants - a group of oligarchs who governed Athens in 404 B.C.
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Athen_11.496   is Critias, one of the Thirty or Euripides; he speaks as
Cic:Rep_3.44   Peloponnesian the notorious Thirty most unjustly governed
Oros_2.17   be willing to accept the thirty chosen for them. 3 The
Philoch_143   Phyle and defeated the Thirty at Peiraeus, it was decree
Plut:Mor_833-836 *   was put to death by the Thirty Tyrants; and among the res
Plut:Mor_840   being banished by the Thirty Tyrants, was thereby a mea
Plut:Mor_841   that Lycurgus whom the Thirty Tyrants put to death, at
ValMax_3.2e.6   prepared for him by the Thirty he jokingly splashed the remains
ValMax_5.6e.2   from the oppression of the Thirty was going about this weighty


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