Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dion” in book 5, section 1312b of Aristotle, Politics:
...ed well.） But one way is from within itself, when the partners in it fall into discord, as the tyranny of the family of Gelo was destroyed, and in modern times that of the family of Dion ysius —Gelo's, when Thrasybulus the brother of Hiero paid court to the son of Gelo and urged him into indulgences in order that he himself might rule, and the son's connections banded ...
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