Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dion” in book 5, section 1312a of Aristotle, Politics:
...ng his hair with his women （if this story told by the narrators of legends is true—and if it did not happen with Sardanapallus, it might quite well be true of somebody else）, and Dion attacked the younger Dionysius because he despised him, when he saw the citizens despising him and the king himself always drunk. And contempt has led some even of the friends of mo...
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