Aristogeiton   - in ancient sources @

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  Aristogeiton   of Athens - along with Harmodius, killed the tyrant Hipparchus in 514 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.602   das. Harmodius and Aristogeiton made a deadly attack on
Athen_15.695     As Harmodius and Aristogeiton did,
Cic:Tusc_1.116   fresher date. Harmodius and Aristogiton are in everybody's mouth;
FGrH_252.B   when Harmodius and Aristogeiton killed the tyrant Hipparch
Polyaen_1.22.1   also: Plutarch, Sol_30] [22] & Aristogeiton. Aristogeiton,
Polyaen_8.45.1   [45] Leaena. How Aristogeiton and Harmodius delivered
ValMax_2.10e.1   statues of Harmodius and Aristogiton, who had endeavoured to

  Aristogeiton 2   - Athenian orator; an enemy of Demosthenes
318/17 addressed to Archibiades, Aristogeiton, Callicles, Polyeuctus, and
    Within translations:
Athen_13.591 of Pamphila. But Aristogeiton, in his book against Phryn
DionHal:Din_10 ours." 29. Against Aristogeiton, concerning the Harpalus
Philoch_60 Demosthenes, in Against Aristogeiton [ 25'79 ] (if it is
Plut:Mor_188 they were wise. & Aristogeiton the informer, being condem
Plut:Mor_833 the statues of Harmodius and Aristogeiton were made. The
Plut:Mor_843 likewise accused Aristogeiton, Leocrates, and Autolycus
Plut:Mor_848 cused at the instance of Aristogeiton of publishing acts
Plut:Mor_850 hereof some are believed to be Aristogeiton's. He imitated
Plut:Phoc_10 Cut it, cut it off:" Aristogeiton, a public informer,

  Aristogeiton 3   - an Athenian, early 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.611 Sosinomus the banker and Aristogeiton, came to me, and bes

  Aristogeiton   - in documents
SEG_32.131 (178/7)   ple] . . . [as proposed] by Aristogeiton son of Pol
Syll_509 (225 or 221)   Boeotia, the son of Aristogeiton Choral dancer (b
THI_125 (223)   ta. Witnesses: Aristogeiton son of Harmoxenos Ithyd

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