Lycurgus of Athens
(c.396-325BC)

Pupil of Plato and Isocrates, Lycurgus became a successful financier, statesman and orator in Athens. He increased the wealth of Athens after readministrating its finances, and had several buildings built or refurbished. He was on Demosthenes side in the orators opposition against Philip II of Macedon.


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