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Ancient Greek City States - Sparta

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  • Chilon, Ephor of Sparta (b. - -556)
    Chilon of Sparta; Χίλων or Χείλων; 6th century BC) was a Lacedaemonian and one of the Seven Sages of Greece.
  • Aristodemus (deceased)
    Aristodemus (Aristodamus) - Suffered the same inflammation as Eurytus, however, instead of fighting, returned back to Sparta and was labeled 'The Trembler' for not having fought and died with his fello...
  • Eurytus (deceased)
    Eurytus - Suffered a very severe eye inflammation which incapicatated him so much that he ordered his helot to guide him into battle and perished with the remaining Spartans on the final day.
  • Pantites (deceased)
    Pantites - Sent away from Thermopylae on a diplomatic mission to enlist the services of the other Greek city-states. He later hanged himself because of the shame and the dishonor bestowed upon him by h...
  • Dienekes (deceased)
    Dienekes (Dieneces) - Herodotus wrote that he was the bravest of the 300 and who was immortalized by not only his deeds, but the following: When told that "The Persians were so numerous that their arro...

Kings of Sparta

c. 1600 BC Lelex c. 1575 BC Myles c. 1550 BC Eurotas

  • c. Lacedaemon son of Zeus, husband of Sparta
  • c. Amyklas son of Lacedaemon. He founded Amyklai
  • c. Argalus son of Amyklas
  • c. Kynortas son of Amyklas
  • c. Perieres son of Kynortas
  • c. Oibalos son of Kynortas
  • c. Tyndareos (First reign); son of Oibalos and father of Helen
  • c. Hippocoon son of Oibalos and brother of Tyndareos
  • c. Tyndareos (Second reign)
  • c. 1250 BC Menelaus
  • c. 1200 BC Orestes
  • c. Tisamenos
  • c. 1200 BC Dion

  • c. Aristodemos
  • c. Theras (regent)
  • c. 930 BC Eurysthenes
  • c. 930 – 900 BC[5] Agis I
  • c. 900 – 870 BC Echestratus
  • c. 870 – 840 BC Labotas
  • c. 840 – 820 BC Doryssus
  • c. 820 – 790 BC Agesilaus I
  • c. 760 – 758 BC Teleclus
  • c. 758 – 741 BC Alcamenes
  • c. 741 – 665 BC Polydorus
  • c. 665 – 640 BC Eurycrates
  • c. 640 – 615 BC Anaxander
  • c. 615 – 590 BC Eurycratides
  • c. 590 – 560 BC Leon
  • c. 560 – 520 BC Anaxandridas II
  • c. 520 – 490 BC Cleomenes I
  • c. 490 – 480 BC Leonidas I
  • c. 480 – 459 BC Pleistarchus
  • c. 459 – 409 BC Pleistoanax
  • c. 409 – 395 BC Pausanias
  • c. 395 – 380 BC Agesipolis I
  • c. 380 – 371 BC Cleombrotus I
  • c. 371 – 369 BC Agesipolis
  • c. 369 – 309 BC Cleomenes II
  • c. 309 – 265 BC Areus I
  • c. 265 – 262 BC Acrotatus II
  • c. 262 – 254 BC Areus II[10]
  • c. 254 – 242 BC Leonidas II
  • c. 242 – 241 BC Cleombrotus II
  • c. 241 – 235 BC Leonidas II
  • c. 235 – 222 BC Cleomenes III
  • c. 930 BC Procles
  • c. 890 BC Soos
  • c. 890 – 860 BC Eurypon
  • c. 860 – 830 BC Prytanis
  • c. 830 – 800 BC Polydectes
  • c. 800 – 780 BC Eunomus
  • c. 780 – 750 BC Charilaus
  • c. 750 – 725 BC Nicander
  • c. 725 – 675 BC Theopompus
  • c. 675 – 645 BC Anaxandridas I
  • c. 645 – 625 BC Zeuxidamus
  • c. 625 – 600 BC Anaxidamus
  • c. 600 – 575 BC Archidamus I
  • c. 575 – 550 BC Agasicles
  • c. 550 – 515 BC Ariston
  • c. 515 – 491 BC Demaratus
  • c. 491 – 469 BC Leotychidas
  • c. 469 – 427 BC Archidamus II
  • c. 427 – 401[14] BC Agis II
  • c. 401[14] – 360 BC Agesilaus II
  • c. 360 – 338 BC Archidamus III
  • c. 338 – 331 BC Agis III
  • c. 331 – 305 BC Eudamidas I
  • c. 305 – 275 BC Archidamus IV
  • c. 275 – 245 BC Eudamidas II
  • c. 245 – 241 BC Agis IV
  • c. 241 – 228 BC Eudamidas III
  • c. 228 – 227 BC Archidamus V
  • c. 227 – 221 BC Eucleidas
  • c. 219 – 215 BC Agesipolis III
  • c. 219 – 210 BC Lycurgus
  • c. 210 – 206 BC Pelops