Critias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Critias   of Athens - son of Callaeschrus; killed in 403 B.C.
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Athen_11.463   drinking in different cities, as Critias explains in these words in
Athen_11.496   of Peirithous whether that is Critias, one of the Thirty or
Athen_12.527   essalians are agreed (as Critias says) to be the most extr
Athen_13.600   cordingly, the admirable Critias also speaks of him in the
Athen_15.666   original contrivers of it, as Critias the son of Callaeschrus tells
Cic:Brut_29   succeeded by Alcibiades, Critias, and Theramenes, whose
Cic:DeOr_2.93   in order of time by Critias, Theramenes, and Lysias. There are
Cic:DeOr_3.139   What was the character of Critias, or of Alcibiades? They were
Cic:Tusc_1.96   this to the most excellent Critias, " who had been his
Just_5.9   In this encounter Critias and Hippolochus, the two most
Nepos_7.10   send him to the king, Critias and the other tyrants of
Nepos_8.2   7 In a second battle Critias fell, chief of the tyrants,
Philoch_143   sybulus' victory occurred, and Critias died at the Peiraeu
Plut:Mor_832   ngs, such as Alcibiades, Critias, Lysias, and Archinous,
ValMax_3.2e.6   as you can." Now this Critias was the cruellest of all

  Critias 2   - acquaintances of the poet Callimachus
Callim:Epigr_14 them this, that I here cover Critias, their son. & [15]
Callim:Epigr_56 istiŏn, daughter of Critias, dedicate me - a lamp enr

  Critias   - in documents
PSI_345 the Third Century B.C.', p. 95 Kritias to Zenon greeting.
SEG_44.949 (230-205)   The treasurer Kritias shall inscribe [this decree a
THI_104 (194-166)   sp; . . . and Kritias brought letters, and coming


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