Definition of Pisistratus in English:

Pisistratus

Syllabification: Pi·sis·tra·tus
Pronunciation: /pəˈsistrədəs
 
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(also Peisistratus)
( Circa 600-circa 527 bc), tyrant of Athens. He reduced aristocratic power in rural Attica and promoted the financial prosperity and cultural preeminence of Athens.

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