Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Sicyon” in book 5, section 1315b of Aristotle, Politics:
...ts half-virtuous, and not base but only half-base. Nevertheless oligarchy and tyranny are less lasting than any of the constitutional governments. For the longest-lived was the tyranny at Sicyon , that of the sons of Orthagoras and of Orthagoras himself, and this lasted a hundred years. The cause of this was that they treated their subjects moderately and in many matters were ...
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