Demaratus

(lived 6th/5th centuries BC) King of Sparta from 510. Deposed 491 BC by his fellow king Cleomenes I, he took refuge at the Persian court. The Persian king Darius I gave him
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Demaratus

[hetairos] For the Corinthian of the 7th century, see Demaratus of Corinth Demaratus was a Corinthian prominent amongst the pro-Macedonians and connected by hospitality with the family of Philip of Macedon. It was through the mediation of Demaratus that Alexander returned home from Illyria, as a consequence of the quarrel between himself an...
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Demaratus

king of Sparta, together with Cleomenes I, who frustrated Cleomenes` designs on both Athens and Aegina. He was consequently dethroned by Cleomenes on ...
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