Aristogeiton - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - along with Harmodius, killed the tyrant Hipparchus in 514 B.C.
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das. Harmodius and Aristogeiton made a deadly attack on
As Harmodius and Aristogeiton did,
fresher date. Harmodius and Aristogiton are in everybody's mouth;
when Harmodius and Aristogeiton killed the tyrant Hipparch
also: Plutarch, Sol_30]  & Aristogeiton. Aristogeiton,
 Leaena. How Aristogeiton and Harmodius delivered
statues of Harmodius and Aristogiton, who had endeavoured to
- Athenian orator; an enemy of Demosthenes
addressed to Archibiades, Aristogeiton, Callicles, Polyeuctus, and
of Pamphila. But Aristogeiton, in his book against Phryn
ours." 29. Against Aristogeiton, concerning the Harpalus
Demosthenes, in Against Aristogeiton [ 25'79 ] (if it is
they were wise. & Aristogeiton the informer, being condem
the statues of Harmodius and Aristogeiton were made. The
likewise accused Aristogeiton, Leocrates, and Autolycus
cused at the instance of Aristogeiton of publishing acts
hereof some are believed to be Aristogeiton's. He imitated
Cut it, cut it off:" Aristogeiton, a public informer,
- an Athenian, early 4th century B.C.
Sosinomus the banker and Aristogeiton, came to me, and bes
- in documents
(178/7) ple] . . . [as proposed] by Aristogeiton son of Pol
(225 or 221) Boeotia, the son of Aristogeiton Choral dancer (b
(223) ta. Witnesses: Aristogeiton son of Harmoxenos Ithyd
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