A.“τριηκόντων” Hes.Op.696, also in later Ep., Call.Fr.67; dat. “τριηκόντεσσιν” AP11.41 (Phld.):—thirty, Il.2.516, IG12.1.9, etc.; τ. καὶ ἕνα thirty-one, ib.42(1).71.9 (Epid., iii B. C.).
2. at Athens, the Thirty, commonly called the thirty tyrants, appointed on the taking of Athens (404 B.C.), ib.2.3.2, IG22.6.12, Pl.Ap.32c, Arist.Rh.1400a18.