One of the two men who plotted to overthrow the Tyrants ruling Athens in 514 BCE. They were only partly successful, but later received full recognition.
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conspirator against the Greek tyrants Hippias and Hipparchus; he and his friend Harmodius hatched a plan to kill the two tyrants in 514 BCE, however they were only successful in the killing of Hipparchus; Thucydides recounts their plan and its outcome in his history text.
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(lived 6th century BC) Athenian who conspired with Harmodius
to murder the tyrants Hippias
and Hipparchus. A hom
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Aristogeiton (Ἀριστογείτων; lived 4th century BC) was an Athenian orator and adversary of Demosthenes and Dinarchus. His father, Scydimus, died in prison, as he was a debtor of the state and unable to pay: his son, Aristogeiton, who inherited the debt, was likewise imprisoned for some time. He is called a demagogue and
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Aristogeiton was the name of two eminent Athenian citizens: ...
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