Paseas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Sicyon; killed in 251 B.C.
the tyrant of Sicyon is assassinated; his place is taken by Paseas.
Nicocles assassinates Paseas and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
ntidas, the son of Paseas, taking that opportunity to set
that very purpose. Paseas, the father of Abantidas, then
- a philosopher, associated with Lacydes, 3rd century B.C.
for his illness. Paseas and Thrasys were his associates,
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