Phalaris   - in ancient sources @

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  Phalaris   - tyrant of Acragas in Sicily, 6th century B.C.
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3Macc_5   agery worse than that of Phalaris, said that the Jews had
Aelian:Fr_202   nippus plot against the tyrant Phalaris. [203] & {204 DF}
Athen_13.602   inst as plotting against Phalaris, and were tortured in
Cic:Rep_1.44   lies the utterly cruel Phalaris, impelling him to an
Cic:Tusc_2.17   even if he were in Phalaris's bull, would say, How sweet
Cic:Tusc_5.75   inconsistent with the agonies of Phalaris's bull.
Cic:Tusc_5.87   descend with her into Phalaris's bull, according to Aristotle,
Demetr:Eloc_292   all inveigh against the tyrant Phalaris and his cruelty.
Diod_33.14   cruelty he far exceeded Phalaris and Apollodorus the tyra
Julian:Caes_311   the Sicilian monster [ Phalaris ]." Next entered an old
Oros_1.20   [20]   At that time Phalaris the Sicilian set up a
Plin:HN_7.200   The first tyrant was Phalaris at Agrigentum. Slavery was
Plin:HN_34.89   more cruel than the tyrant Phalaris, for whom he made a
Polyaen_5.1.1   field of military glory. [1] Phalaris. The people of Acr
Polyaen_5.1.2   ity of Acragas. Phalaris, when he wished to disarm the
ValMax_3.3e.2   the tyrant, though he was Phalaris, to abandon the savagery of
ValMax_9.2e.9   not reach the ears of Phalaris the tyrant with a human

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