Cypselus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Corinth, 7th century B.C.
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to endure the tyranny of Cypselus at Corinth, and came to
able to bear the tyrant Cypselus, fled from Corinth to Tarquinii,
case, until the tyrant Cypselus, who [came to power] 447
were suppressed by the tyrant Cypselus. The kings of the
the violence of the tyrant Cypselus.
Periander, the son of Cypselus; as Orontes the Persian
alliance of the Greeks.  Cypselus. After he had sent
- son of Aepytus; an ancient king of Arcadia
of Arcadia, says that Cypselus instituted it, having
if purely by fortune.  & Cypselus. In the reign of
- in documents
(soon after 230) emarchos, Teisias, Kypselos, Kaphisias, Antigenes
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