Clisthenes
biographical name see Cleisthenes

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Clisthenes — [klis′thə nēz΄] var. of CLEISTHENES …   English World dictionary

  • CLISTHENES — I. CLISTHENES Orator apud Cicer. in Bruto, c. 7. II. CLISTHENES Polyaen. l. 3. c. 5. III. CLISTHENES ex Alcmaeonidûm familia, civis Athenienfis, cum Isagora de principatu contendit an. 1. Olymp. 66. populô in 10. tribus divisô, et institutâ… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Clisthenes — /kluys theuh neez /, n. Cleisthenes. * * * …   Universalium

  • CLISTHENES —    an Athenian, uncle of Pericles, procured the expulsion of Hippias the tyrant, 510 B.C., and the establishment of OSTRACISM (q.v.) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Clisthenes — /kluys theuh neez /, n. Cleisthenes …   Useful english dictionary

  • КЛИСФЕН —    • Clisthĕnes,          Κλεισθένης,        1. последний тиран сикионский, потомок Орфагора, принадлежал к племени эгиалейцев, охватывающее собой население, бывшее там раньше дорян. Он переименовал эгиалейцев в архелайцев и в то же время… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

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  • Cleisthenes — or Clisthenes biographical name circa 570 after 508 B.C. Athenian statesman …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cleisthenes — For other figures with the same name as well as for the genus of flounders, see Cleisthenes (disambiguation). Cleisthenes is known as the father of Athenian democracy . Modern bust, on view at the Ohio Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio. Cleisthenes… …   Wikipedia

  • Cleisthenes of Sicyon — For other figures with the same name as well as for the genus of flounders, see Cleisthenes (disambiguation). Cleisthenes (also Clisthenes or Kleisthenes) was the tyrant of Sicyon from c. 600–570 BC, who aided in the First Sacred War against… …   Wikipedia

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