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The account of the tyranny of Pisistratus, one of the most valuable of H.'s contributions to sixth century history; for it cf. App. XVI, §§ 5-8. It should be read with Arist. Ἀθ. Πολ. c. xiii. 3-17, an account based in part on H., but with many additions (cf. Busolt, ii. 302 n. 2). For H.'s general judgement of the Pisistratidae cf. v. 78 n.

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