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- Acragas may refer to: Acragas, an ancient Gr**** city on the site of modern Agrigento, Sicily Acragas (mythology), son of Zeus and the Oceanid Asterope...
- was the leader of a 554 BC general uprising in the Gr**** city-state of Acragas, Sicily, which culminated in the overthrow of the cruel tyrant Phalaris...
- the ancient Gr**** city of Akragas (Ἀκράγας; also known as Agrigentum or Acragas in Latin and Kirkent or Jirjent in Arabic), one of the leading cities of...
- Gr**** mythology, Acragas (or Akragas), was said to be a son of Zeus and the Oceanid Asterope, and the eponym of the town of Acragas (modern Agrigento)...
- preserved by Diogenes Laërtius: Friends who inhabit the mighty town by tawny Acragas which crowns the citadel, caring for good deeds, greetings; I, an immortal...
- Acragas (Gr. Ακράγας) was an engraver, or silversmith, spoken of by Pliny the Elder. It is not known either when or where he was born. Pliny says that...
- Θήρωνος; died 473 BC), son of Aenesidamus, was a Gr**** tyrant of the town of Acragas in Sicily from 488 BC. According to Polyaenus, he came to power by using...
- 1921) Acraga hamata group: Acraga hamata Schaus, 1910 Acraga andina S.E. Miller, 1994 Acraga flava group: Acraga flava (Walker, 1855) Acraga obscura...
- given name in English. It may refer to: Theron of Acragas (died 473 BC), 5th century BC tyrant of Acragas, Sicily Theron Akin (1855–1933), U.S. Representative...
- Agrigento, Sicily Acragas (mythology), son of Zeus and the Oceanid Asterope in Gr**** mythology Acragas, one of the Potamoi Acragas (silversmith), an engraver...
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