Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Rhegium” in book 5, section 1316a of Aristotle, Politics:
...ions change from oligarchy to tyranny, as did almost the greatest number of the ancient oligarchies in Sicily, at Leontini to the tyranny of Panaetius, at Gelo to that of Cleander, at Rhegium to that of Anaxilaus, and in many other cities similarly. And it is also a strange idea that revolutions into oligarchy take place because the occupants of the offices are lovers of money ...
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