Periander - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Cypselus; tyrant of Corinth, late 7th century B.C.
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land of Sisyphus & says that Periander is hers. Mytilene
proposed at the table of Periander, demanded the prize,
ory of Aegina, says that Periander fell violently in love
On a Statue of Arion Periander set up here this statue
etween this Nicocles and Periander, the son of Cypselus;
thippe, granddaughter of Periander, him who once ruled ove
- in documents
a marvel that, seeing Periander, he did not carry off
(c. 320 +) rnania, the son of Periandros Boys' wrestling co
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