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  Sicyon   - a city in the Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Sicyonian , Sicyonians
323/19 ides, the courier of Alexander, runs from Sicyon to Elis in 9 hours.
322/1 Syll_310, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.
320/34 eneral remarks on the art and life of the painter Pausias of Sicyon.
318/37 Syll_317, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.
314/11 assassinated, but his widow Cratesipolis retains control of Sicyon.
303/10 Demetrius captures Sicyon, and moves the city to a different site.
300/3a _106, a bilateral judicial agreement between Sicyon and Stymphalus.
300/4 The establishment of a tyranny at Sicyon.
272/5 Cleon, tyrant of Sicyon, is assassinated.
271/7 The birth of Aratus of Sicyon.
263/3 Cleinias builds a gymnasium at Sicyon.
263/4 Abantidas murders Cleinias and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
257/11 Aratus first takes part in the politics of Sicyon.
252/4 The education and physical training of Aratus of Sicyon.
252/5 Abantidas the tyrant of Sicyon is assassinated; his place is taken
251/2 long-established tyrants of Sicyon before Nicocles cause many of the
251/3 Nicocles assassinates Paseas and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
251/7 ratus overpowers Nicocles' bodyguard and forces him to leave Sicyon.
251/11 The Sicyonians recall their exiles.
251/12 Aratus persuades the Sicyonians to join the Achaean League.
236/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pythocles of Sicyon
224/2 Cleomenes invades the territory of Sicyon.
156/2 Roman senate appoints the Sicyonians to arbitrate between Oropus
156/8 The Sicyonians fine the Athenians 500 talents for the sack of Oropus.
155/5 nes, and Critolaus to appeal against the decision of the Sicyonians.
124/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Boeotus of Sicyon
80/33 ding Aspendus, Delos, Lampsacus, Myndus, Samos, Sicyon, and Tenedos.
40/17 Fulvia, the wife of Antonius, dies at Sicyon.
    Within translations:
Athen_01.14 caearchus attributes it to the Sicyonians. But Hippasus
Athen_04.155 on a saffron robe and Sicyonian sandals, and kept on
Athen_04.162 defeated by Aratus the Sicyonian; who formerly had argue
Athen_04.163 leasure, as Mnasalces of Sicyon says, in his Epigrams -
Athen_05.196 ere pictures hung by the Sicyonian painters; and alternate
Athen_06.234 her he was a Samian or a Sicyonian, or whether he prefers
Athen_06.241 either a Corinthian or Sicyonian by birth, living, howev
Athen_06.253 Ornamented Portico at Sicyon; and they, too, erected
Athen_06.271 History, that among the Sicyonians there are some slaves
Athen_* 08.349-352 * by chance, & She trod upon a Sicyonian almond. & Then
Athen_12.541 of Cleisthenes the tyrant of Sicyon. "And," says he, "th
Athen_13.567 treatise On the Pictures at Sicyon. Think, my friends,
Athen_13.577 On the Painted Stoa at Sicyon, says that Lamia was the
Athen_13.603 But Praxilla the Sicyonian says that Chrysippus was carr
Athen_13.605 son of Pythodorus the Sicyonian, to whom, when he came
Athen_14.635 us, and Menaechmus the Sicyonian too, in his treatise
Athen_14.637 ], says- "Lysander the Sicyonian harp-player was the fir
Athen_15.694 eon. Praxilla, the Sicyonian poetess, was also celebrated
ChronSynt_86 The kingdom of the Sicyonians: It lasted for 759 years,
Euseb]:Chron_5 ] first the rulers of Sicyon, [ p177 ] and then [the
Euseb]:Chron_171 Argives The kings of the Sicyonians The kings of the Laced
Euseb]:Chron_181 sapus, the ninth king of Sicyon, and Belochus, the eighth
Euseb]:Chron_183 honius, the thirteenth king of Sicyon. At this time, Moses
Euseb]:Chron_195 [708 B.C.] - Tellis of Sicyon, stadion race A wresting
Euseb]:Chron_207 236 B.C.] - Pythocles of Sicyon, stadion race 137th [232
Euseb]:Chron_209 [124 B.C.] - Boeotus of Sicyon, stadion race [p211] 165th
Euseb]:Chron_217 [145 A.D.] - Cranaus of Sicyon, stadion race 232nd [149
Euseb]:Chron_219 emains to tell how Corinth and Sicyon were settled by the
THI_64 (263-236)     Pythokles of Sikyon the son of Euphorion
Just_13.5 eloquence, brought over Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other
Philoch_23 Athen_15.637'f & Lysander of Sicyon, a famous harp-playe
Plut:Arat_2 istocracy, was broken in Sicyon, and seditions took place
Plut:Arat_* 5-19 * machus was an exile from Sicyon, and Ecdelus an Arcadian
Plut:Arat_22 Aratus' forces arrived from Sicyon. The Corinthians rea
Plut:Arat_23 tter taught by the young Sicyonian.' [24] Aratus immediate
Plut:Arat_39 in the meantime the city of Sicyon was near being betra
Plut:Arat_53 character. But the Sicyonians considered it as a misfortun
Plut:Arat_54 days, and still continues in Sicyon and Pellene.
Plut:Cleom_* 16-20 * uld be declared general of the Sicyonians and Tritaeans.
Plut:Demetr_15 manded for Ptolemy in Sicyon and Corinth, and offered
Plut:Demetr_25 except Mantineia, Argos, Sicyon, and Corinth, he set free
Polyaen_03.9.24 rations for the siege of Sicyon, the Laconian harmost, who
Polyaen_04.7.3 had formed to surprise Sicyon, he retired to Cenchreae;
Polyaen_05.16.3 master of the harbour of Sicyon, which was then under the
Polyaen_06.5.1 sias, a money-changer at Sicyon, who was employed by Aratu
Polyaen_08.58.1 send for reinforcements from Sicyon. For this purpose,
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   xandros, Kleandros of Sikyon the son of Kleandros,
Syll_310 (323/2)   e on behalf of the Sikyonian people and has anno
Syll_399 (278/7)   oponnese : Diketas of Sikyon, son of Nikostratos Eu
Syll_417 (272)   s Euboians: Eperastos Sikyonians: Sosikles It is re
Syll_418 (272-270)   enians: Asopodoros Sikyonians: Euthydamos Since
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   -player: Pantakles of Sikyon Director: Lykon of Ath
Syll_458 (c. 250)   stomachos of Sikyon, the son of Sosandro
Syll_469 (after 243)   this statue of Aratos of Sikyon, the son of Klei
Syll_489 (c. 234)   [Nikokles of Sikyon], the son of Timodamos Tragic
Syll_509 (225 or 221)   harist: Chairis of Sikyon, the son of Chairitheos
Vit:Arat_1 ly) the famous Aratus of Sicyon, who wrote the "Multi-book


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