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- an ancient king of Thrace
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gift. Bear in mind the fate of Lycurgus.  LEONIDAS OF
his foe, because, like Lycurgus, he quenched good cheer
eat ox-goad, harder than Lycurgus', & Who smote the ἀ
I seek for your hands, Lycurgus, to tear up by the roots
- Spartan lawgiver, 8th century B.C.
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e-chamber.  & Lycurgus laid down a most humane law
no need at all of the laws of Lycurgus. An elephant old
Apollod:Fr_* 63-65 *
nians: so that he brings Lycurgus the legislator, while
the divine Platon, and Lycurgus the Lacedamonian, not
was a contemporary of Lycurgus the law-giver, who, it
arly a date as the elder Lycurgus, the legislator of the
Constitution; three on Lycurgus and Socrates; one on Law
ars. In his reign, Lycurgus established laws for the Laced
for 28 years. At this time, Lycurgus was in his prime.
years from then until Lycurgus [884 B.C.]; and there
the games together with Lycurgus, who happened to be his
precepts of Apollo which Lycurgus ordained for the city,
Solon and the laws of Lycurgus, rushed into war through
ty-two years.  Lycurgus, the Spartan lawgiver, is said
Plut:Agis_* 5-10 *
arian law established by Lycurgus still remained, and the
to the institutions of Lycurgus, and my desire to imitat
dministration was put by Lycurgus into the hands of the
are described in the life of Lycurgus.  The king him
sober Doric tone which Lycurgus had given it - he could
the steps of Solon and Lycurgus, in the cancelling of
of the giver. And Lycurgus ordained in Sparta very cheap
 LYCURGUS. Lycurgus the Lacedaemonian brought long
launch out in praise of Lycurgus and the Lacedaemonian
ned a complete victory.  & Lycurgus. The method Lycurg
& One command of Lycurgus, sanctioned by the oracle, was
cted according to the rules of Lycurgus. While the ambassa
hat he had an eye to Minos and Lycurgus. For they received
- grandfather of the orator Lycurgus
on, and grandson of that Lycurgus whom the Thirty Tyrants
ancestors Diomedes and Lycurgus lived in honour and este
- Athenian statesman and orator, 4th century B.C.
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Lycurgus rescues Xenocrates, who has been arrested for not paying tax
The death of Lycurgus.
ments on the achievements of Lycurgus, and his management of the Athe
Demosthenes saves the sons of Lycurgus from imprisonment.
ans pass a decree in honour of Lycurgus, and set up a statue of him.
who bad done so." And Lycurgus made a similar statement
and nothing else. Lycurgus, also, in his oration against
Hypereides, Aeschines, Lycurgus, Deinarchus, and Demades
practice to accusations, as Lycurgus is said to have
right." 8. Against Lycurgus, audit: "I know that even if
well known and succeeded Lycurgus as treasurer of public
Plut:Mor_* 841-843 *
four years. But Lycurgus plied his business closely,
the same time as Lycurgus, he had been a pupil of the
ophron, the son of Lycurgus of Butadae, requires that he
proposed; that, - since Lycurgus, the son of Lycophron
Aristophon, Demosthenes, Lycurgus, and Hypereides, address
to be suffocated." 10 Lycurgus the orator one day said
deliver up to him Demosthenes, Lycurgus, Hypereides, and
(307/6) Euthydemos]: since Lykourgos [of Boutadai, the son
- son of the orator Lycurgus
him three sons, Abron, Lycurgus, and Lycophron; of which
- king of Sparta, 220-210 B.C.
Lycurgus is appointed king of Sparta.
Lycurgus attacks Tegea, but fails to capture the acropolis.
Lycurgus leaves Sparta for Aetolia, out of fear of the ephors.
Lycurgus returns to Sparta and invades Messenia.
Lycurgus expels Agesipolis from Sparta.
the Spartans, they had elected Lycurgus in the room of Cle
- in documents
tin Text (iii) Depicting Lycurgus, threatening Philon
(c. 170/69) son of Polemarchidas Lykourgos son of Eustratidas
aropinos son of Molpinos Lykourgos son of Xenarchides
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