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Dionysius the Elder, after assuming the reins of government,1 at once married the daughter of Hermocrates the Syracusan. But she, since the tyranny was not yet securely established, was terribly and outrageously abused in her person by the seditious Syracusans, and in consequence put an end to her own life.

1 In 405 B.C.

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