AGASICLES


AGASICLES
AGASICLES
fil. Archidami II. Spartanorum Rex clarissimus, ex Proclidarum Familia XIII. cuius exstat aureum illud apud Plut. Apophthegma; Nullum esse firmius stabiliendi regni praesidium, quam si Rex ita subditis imperet, ut parentes liberis. Vide Plut. in dict. Lacon. c. 48. Eum excepit Ariston fil. quem vide.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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