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Ly·cur·gus

 (lī-kûr′gəs) fl. ninth century bc.
Spartan lawmaker who is considered the founder of the Spartan constitution.
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Lycurgus

(laɪˈkɜːɡəs)
n
(Biography) 9th century bc, Spartan lawgiver. He is traditionally regarded as the founder of the Spartan constitution, military institutions, and educational system
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Ly•cur•gus

(laɪˈkɜr gəs)

n.
fl. 9th century B.C., Spartan lawgiver.
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(27) Lysias 3.46, Lykourgos 12-13, Aristotle, Rhet.