Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Megara” in book 5, section 1305a of Aristotle, Politics:
...e people, and their pledge of confidence was their enmity towards the rich, as at Athens Pisistratus made himself tyrant by raising up a party against the men of the plain, and Theagenes at Megara by slaughtering the cattle of the well-to-do which he captured grazing by the river, and Dionysius established a claim to become tyrant when he accused Daphnaeus and the rich, since h...
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