Alcmaeon (King of Athens)


Alcmaeon (King of Athens)

Alcmaeon (Greek: polytonic|Ἀλκμαίων) was the last Archon of Athens, and member of the storied Alcmaeonid family. In 753 BC he was succeeded by Charops, the first archon with a limited term of office of ten years.


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