Athenian tyrant (527-510 BC), son and successor of Pisistratus, and brother of Hipparchus. He ruled...
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tyrant of Athens from 528/527 to 510 . He was a patron of poets and craftsmen, and under his rule Athens prospered. After the assassination of his ... [3 related articles]
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[tyrant] Hippias of Athens (Ancient Greek: Ἱππίας ὁ Ἀθηναῖος) was one of the sons of Peisistratus, and was tyrant of Athens in the 6th century BC. Hippias succeeded Peisistratus in 527 BC, and in 525 BC he introduced a new system of coinage in Athens. His brother Hipparchu...
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Hippias of Elis (Pronunciation-needed; Ἱππίας; late 5th century BCE) was a Greek Sophist, and a contemporary of Socrates. With an assurance characteristic of the later sophists, he claimed to be regarded as an authority on all subjects, and lectured on poetry, grammar, history, politics, mat...
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Hippias (hip'ēus) , tyrant (527 B.C.–510 B.C.) of Athens, eldest son of Pisistratus. Hippias governed Athens after the death of his father. His younger brother Hipparchus was closely associated in office with him until Hipparchus was assassinated in 514 B.C. At first Hippias attempte...
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Hippias was a ruler of Athens. The son of Pisistratus, after whose death in 527 BC he assumed the government, in conjunction with his brother Hipparchus. The latter being assassinated while conducting a solemn procession to the temple of Minerva, Hippias seized the reins of the government alone, and...
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[disambiguation] Hippias was an ancient Greek sophist. Hippias can also refer to:- ...
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