List of ancient Greek tyrants

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This is a list of tyrants from Ancient Greece.

Contents

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


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