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  • '''Cleisthenes''' was an [[Athens|Athenian]] statesman of the late 6th century BC and ar ...ed Megacles, the son of Alcmaeon. The first son of that marriage was named Cleisthenes after his grandfather.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Cleisthenes]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...es of the war, c. 85 BC, he joined with three other intimates of the king, Cleisthenes of Lesbos and Mynnio and Philotimus of [[Smyrna]], in a conspiracy agains
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  • '''Cleisthenes''' was an [[Athens|Athenian]] statesman of the late 6th century BC and ar ...ed Megacles, the son of Alcmaeon. The first son of that marriage was named Cleisthenes after his grandfather.
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  • * Fornara, Charles W., and Loren J. Samons II. ''Athens from Cleisthenes to Pericles'' University of California Press, 1991 [http://content.cdlib
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  • ...The scandal of the curse was revived against their descendants, such as [[Cleisthenes]]. ===Reforms of Cleisthenes===
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  • ...Areopagus had been the guardian of the constitution, but the reforms of [[Cleisthenes]] had shifted the balance of power to [[The Council of Five Hundred]] and
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  • ...s]] and his aspirations for Athens. Further, some believe the reforms of [[Cleisthenes]] (508-502 BC) played the major role.
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  • Hero cults could be of the utmost [[politics|political]] importance. When [[Cleisthenes]] divided the [[History of Athens|Athenians]] into new [[deme]]s for voti
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