Lachares - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Athens, early 3rd century B.C.
Lachares becomes tyrant of Athens.
The opponents of Lachares, led by Charias, are condemned to death by
Lachares enriches himself by plundering the public buildings of Athen
General comments on the tyranny of Lachares.
Demetrius captures Athens, after it is abandoned by Lachares.
Lachares escapes to Lysimacheia after Sestus is captured.
famine, and a man named Lachares & Was giving an entertai
nder of the hoplites and Lachares the commander of the mer
into factions, and that Lachares, taking advantage of the
Polyaen_* 03.7.1-3 *
also: Thucydides, 8.51]  & Lachares. After Athens
with him, to attack the tyrant Lachares. They readily agre
removal of the tyrant Lachares from Cassandreia, becaus
- accountant of the estates of Achaeus, 3rd century B.C.
of Neoteichus and Ciddiucome in honour of Banabelus and Lachares.
- in documents
(163) on Epitimidas Hippias Lachares Erotion Horophatidas
(166-147) das son of Androbolos Lachares son of Eparatos -
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