- Thirty Tyrants (disambiguation)
Thirty Tyrants, one of two groups of rulers in
* Those usually meant are the
Thirty Tyrantsof Sparta, a committee of men that ruled the citytogether.
Historia Augustaincludes a bookon "The Thirty Tyrants", a loose group of pretenders to the throne of the Roman Empire.
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