Peisistratus   - in ancient sources @

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  Peisistratus   - tyrant of Athens, 546-527 B.C.
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  + Pisistratus
Aelian:NA_5.10 thenians drove out Pisistratus,* and the Syracusans Dion
Aelian:NA_9.50 aining to Telemachus and Pisistratus this habit they have
AnthPal_11.442 and thrice recall me, Peisistratus, great in council,
Athen_13.609 woman who brought back Peisistratus to assume the tyrann
Cic:Brut_27 however, supposed, that Peisistratus (who lived many year
Cic:Brut_39 the time of Solon and Peisistratus, we meet with no one
Cic:Brut_41 tice of it, may be observed in Peisistratus. He was succee
FGrH_252.B years. From when Peisistratus became tyrant at Athens;
Just_2.8 ntention becoming known, Pisistratus, the Athenian general
Plut:Mor_189 ans. PEISISTRATUS. Peisistratus, tyrant of Athens, when
Polyaen_* 1.21.1-3 * lso: Plutarch, Sol_8'2] [21] & Peisistratus. Peisistratus,
Polyaen_5.14.1 ove with the daughter of Peisistratus; as she was walking
Tzetz:ProlCom_ by 72 grammarians when Peisistratus was tyrant of Athens

  Peisistratus   - in documents
AntipThes_9.269 one plank. Antagoras struck Peisistratus. It was not
LeonTar_7.422 conjecture about you, Peisistratus, when we see a Chian
Syll_322 sianax son of Protagoras Peisistratos son of Agenor Th
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   nion and Menes son of Peisistratos private individu

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