This is a list of tyrants from Ancient Greece.

- Abydus
- Agrigentum (Acragas)
- Alabanda
- Ambracia
- Amastris
- Argos
- Assos & Atarneus
- Astacus
- Athens
- Byzantium
- Cardia
- Camarina
- Cassandreia
- Catane
- Chalcis
- Chersonese
- Chios
- Cibyra
- Corcyra
- Corinth
- Cos
- Croton
- Cumae
- Cyme
- Cyprus
- Cyrene
- Cyzicus
- Dardanos
- Elatea
- Elea
- Elis
- Ephesus
- Epidaurus
- Eretria
- Gela
- Halicarnassus
- Heraclea Pontica
- Hermione
- Himera
- Keryneia
- Lampsacus
- Larissa
- Leontini
- Lindos
- Locri
- Megalopolis
- Megara
- Messana
- Messene
- Methymnae
- Miletus
- Mytilene
- Naxos
- Orchomenus
- Oreus
- Parium
- Pellene
- Pharsalus
- Pherae
- Phlius
- Phocaea
- Phocis
- Pisa
- Priene
- Proconnesus
- Rhegium
- Samos
- Selinus
- Sicyon
- Sigeum
- Sinope
- Sparta
- Sybaris
- Syracuse
- Tarentum
- Tarsus
- Tauromenium
- Thasos
- Thebes
- Zeleia

- Phalaris, 570-554 BC (overthrown and roasted)
- Telemachus, after 554 BC
- Alcamenes, 6th/5th century BC
- Alcandros, 6th/5th century BC
- Theron, 488-472 BC
- Thrasydaeus, 472 BC (expelled and executed)
- Phintias, c. 288-279 BC
- Sosistratus, 279-277 BC

- Amastris, until 284 BC
- Eumenes, 284 until c. 270 BC (hands city over to Kingdom of Pontus)

- Laphaes, 6th century BC
- Pheidon, around 550 BC
- Perilaus, c. 546 BC
- Archinus, c. 395 BC
- Aristippus the Elder, after 272 BC
- Aristomachos the Elder, before 250-240 BC (assassinated)
- Aristippus, 240-235 BC (killed in action)
- Aristomachus the Younger, 235-229 BC (resigned), 224-223 BC (tortured and executed)

- Evarchus, c. 430-420 BC

- Cylon, 632 BC (stoned)
- Pisistratus, 561 BC, 559-556 BC and 546-528 BC
- Hipparchus, 527-514 BC (murdered)
- Hippias, 527-510 BC
- Theramenes, Critias, and Charicles leading members of the Thirty Tyrants 404-403 BC
- Lachares, 300-294 BC
- Aristion, 88-86 BC (executed)

- Ariston, c. 513 BC
- Clearchus of Sparta, 411-409 BC, 404-401 BC

- Hecataeus, fl. 323 BC

- Psaumis of Camarina, fl. c. 460 BC

- Apollodorus, 279-276 BC (executed)

- Euarchus, 729 BC-?
- Deinomenes the Younger, fl. 470-465 BC
- Mamercus of Catane, 345-338 BC

- Tynnondas, c. 580 BC
- Antileon, 6th century BC
- Mnesarchus, before 354 BC
- Callias, c. 354-350 BC, c. 343-330 BC
- Taurosthenes, c. 330 BC

- Miltiades the Elder, 555-519 BC
- Stesagoras, 519-516 BC (assassinated)
- Miltiades, 516-510 BC, 496-492 BC

- Strattis, fl. 513-480 BC

- Moagetes, fl. 190 BC

- Cypselus, 657-627 BC
- Periander, 627-587 BC
- Psammetich, 587-584 BC
- Timophanes, 364 BC (assassinated)
- Alexander, 253-247 BC (poisoned?)
- Nicaea, 247-245 BC (married)

- Scythes, late 6th century BC
- Cadmus, resigned 494 BC
- Nicias of Cos, 1st century BC
- Nicippus, 1st century (with Nicias)

- Aristodemus, c. 505-490 BC

- Aristagoras, fl. 513-493 BC

- Nicocreon, 4th century BC

- Ophellas, 312-308 BC
- Lycopus, c. 163 BC
- Nicocrates, c. 51 BC (assassinated)
- Leander, c. 50 BC (arrested)

- Aristagoras, c. 513 BC

- Mania, killed by her son-in-law c. 399 BC

- Mnason, 4th century BC

- Aristotimus, 272 BC (assassinated)

- Athenagoras, 6th century BC
- Pythagoras, 6th century BC
- Pindarus, around 560 BC
- Aristarchus, around 545-540 BC
- Pasicles, 540-530 BC
- Aphinagorus, fl. 530 BC
- Comas, fl. 530 BC
- Phanes
- Melancomas, around 500 BC
- Hegesias, 4th century BC
- Syrpax, until 334 BC (stoned)
- Melancomas II, fl. 214 BC

- Procles, 640 BC

- Themison, fl. 366 BC
- Plutarch, c. 355-350 BC (expelled)
- Hipparchus, c. 345 BC
- Automedon, c. 345 BC
- Cleitarchus, 345-341 BC (expelled)

- Cleander, 505-498 BC (assassinated)
- Hippocrates, 498-491 BC
- Gelon, 491-485 BC
- Hieron I, 485-466 BC
- Polyzalus, fl. c. 476 BC

- Artemisia I of Caria, fl. 480 BC
- Lygdamis II of Halicarnassus, fl. 469-444 BC

- Xenon, stepped down 229 BC

- Terillus, early 5th century BC

- Iseas, 275 BC (resigned)

- Medius, fl. 395 BC

- Panaetius, c. 615/609 BC
- Aenesidemus, 498-491 BC
- Hicetas, c. 347-338 BC
- Heracleides, fl. 278 BC

- Cleobulus, 6th century BC

- Dionysius the Younger, 356-346 BC

- Aristodemus the Good, c. 262-252 BC (assassinated by the "philosopher tyrannicides" Ecdemus and Damophanes)
- Lydiadas, c. 245-235 BC (joined the Achaean League)

- Theagenes, c. 620-600 BC

- Phyliades, before 336 BC (?)

- Aristonicus, before 332 BC (tortured and executed)

- Amphitres, late 8th or 7th century BC
- Thrasybulus, 7th century BC
- Thoas, 6th century BC
- Damasanor, 6th century BC
- Histiaeus, 518-514 BC
- Aristagoras, c. 513-499 BC (reintroduced democracy)
- Timarchus, 3rd century BC

- Lygdamis, until c. 512 BC
- Aristagoras, c. 502-499 BC

- Aristomelidas, Archaic period (?)
- Nearchus, 234 BC (resigned)

- Philistides, c. 341 BC (expelled)
- Menippus, c. 341 BC (expelled)

- Herophantus, c. 513 BC

- Chaeron, after 336 BC

- Lycophron
- Jason, before 370 BC (assassinated)
- Polydorus, before 370 BC (assassinated)
- Polyphron, 370-369 BC (assassinated)
- Alexander, 369-358 BC (assassinated)
- Tisiphonus, 357-355/4 BC
- Lykophron II, 355-352 BC (resigned)
- Peitholaus, 355-352 BC (resigned)

- Laodamas, c. 513 BC

- Hieron of Priene, 300-297 BC

- Metrodorus, c. 513 BC

- Anaxilas, 494-476 BC
- Micythus, c. 476-467 BC (retired)
- Leophron, c. 467-461 BC (popular revolt)
- Dionysius the Younger, before 352 BC (expelled)
- Calippus, 352/351 BC (assassinated)
- Leptines II, after 351 BC
- Decius Vibellius, 280-270 BC (conquered)

- Demoteles, 7th century BC
- Syloson, c. 538 BC
- Polycrates, c. 538-522 BC
- Maiandrius, c. 522 BC (reintroduced democracy)
- Charilaus, c. 522 BC
- Syloson, again c. 521 BC
- Aeaces, around 513 BC, reinstalled after 494 BC
- Theomestor, after 480 BC
- Duris, c. 280 BC

- Theron, 6th/5th century BC
- Pythagoras, 6th/5th century BC
- Euryleon of Sparta, 6th/5th century BC (killed)

- Orthagoras, from 676 BC
- Myron the Elder, fl. 648 BC
- Myron the Younger
- Isodemus
- Cleisthenes, 600-560 BC
- Aeschines, 560-556 BC
- Euphron, 368-366 BC (assassinated)
- Aristratus, fl. c. 340 BC
- Epichares (?), fl. c. 330 BC
- Cratesipolis, 314-308 BC (bribed)
- Cleon, c. 300-280 BC (assassinated)
- Euthydemus, c. 280-270 BC (expelled)
- Timocleidas, c. 280-270 BC (expelled)
- Abantidas, 264-252 BC (assassinated)
- Paseas, 252-251 BC (assassinated)
- Nicocles, 251 BC (expelled by Aratus of Sicyon)

- Hegesistratus, fl. 510 BC

- Timesilaus, before 433 BC
- Scydrothemis, 301-280 BC

- Machanidas, 210-207 BC (killed in action)
- Nabis, 207-192 BC (assassinated by allies)
- Chaeron, 180 BC

- Telys, c. 510 BC

- Gelon, 491-478 BC
- Hieron I, 478-466 BC
- Thrasybulus, 466-465 BC (expelled, democracy restored)
- Dionysius the Elder, 405-367 BC
- Dionysius II, the Younger, 367-357 BC
- Apollocrates, 357 BC
- Heracleides, 357 BC
- Dion, 357-354 BC
- Calippus, 354-352 BC
- Hipparinus, 352-351 BC
- Aretaeus, 352-350 BC
- Nysaeos, 350-346 BC
- Dionysius II, the Younger, (restored, 346-344 BC)
- Timoleon, 345-337 BC
- Agathocles, 320 BC (banished)
- Acestorides, 320-319 BC
- Agathocles, 317-289 BC
- Hicetas, 289-279 BC
- Thoenon, 279 BC
- Sosistratus, 279-277 BC
- Hieron II, 275-215 BC
- Gelon II, c. 240-216 BC
- Hieronymus, 215-214 BC
- Adranodoros, 214-212 BC
- Hippocrates, 213-212 BC
- Epicydes, 213-212 BC

- Aristophylidas, c. 516-492 BC

- Lysias, before 67 BC

- Andromachus, fl. 344 BC
- Tyndarion, fl. 278 BC

- Symmachus, c. 520 BC

- Leontiades, 382-379 BC (killed)
- Archias, 382-379 BC (killed)

- Nicagoras, 334 BC (conquered by Alexander the Great)

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