Hippias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Athens, 527-510 B.C.
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DF} & & Suda_I'544 & & Hippias, tyrant of Athens 
the Peisistratidae also, Hippias and Hipparchus, instituted
tortured by command of Hippias the tyrant, died under
And he took for Hippias, who succeeded him in the tyran
ther son, whose name was Hippias, taking upon him the auth
he named all the friends of Hippias. And when they had
sail for Aegina. Hippias, the elder of her brothers, was
name was Leaena. Hippias ordered her to be examined by
of Elis - Greek sophist, 5th century B.C.
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devised by Simonides, by Hippias, and by Theodectes, or
Hippias was one of the sophists
name, as again he reviles Hippias, Gorgias, and Parmenides, and in
Menexenus it is not only Hippias of Elis that is held
accomplished was she, as Hippias the Sophist says, in his
agoras the Abderite, and Hippias the Elean, who were all
he extols Protagoras, Hippias, Prodicus, Gorgias, and
 Of which number was Hippias of Elis, who, when he
- a Greek orator, 4th century B.C.
of Plathane, the daughter of Hippias the orator. He was
Plathane, the wife of Hippias the rhetorician, who had
- Athenian archon, 181 B.C.
Athenian archon: Hippias
of Erythrae - a Greek historian
ery day. [74.] But Hippias the Erythraean, in the second
- general of Pissithnus; 5th century B.C.
um, proposed a conference with Hippias, the general of Pis
- in documents
(95/4) on, Doros, Rhodon, Hippias, Lykeas to Theoxenos for
(163) s Polemon Epitimidas Hippias Lachares Erotion Horop
(c. 147) rred from two jars by Hippias the hēmiolios; v
(c. 257/6) ton, Pleiston, Achaimenes, Hippias and Kleon. [B]
(c. 216) nbsp; Mnasitheos son of Hippias, Chremas son
(240-230) odemos, Philodemos, Hippias and Pauson: since Boulo
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