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Πεισιστρατίδαι), the legitimate sons of Peisistratus. [See PEISISTRATUS.] The name is used sometimes to indicate only Hippias and Hipparchus, sometimes in a wider application, embracing the grandchildren and near connections of Peisistratus (as by Herodotus, vii. 52. referring to a time when both Hippias and Hipparchus were dead).


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