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Eurycrates

Not to be confused with Eurycratides.

Eurycrates (or Eurykrates) (Greek: Εὐρυκράτης) was a king of the Greek city-state of Sparta,[1] one of the Agiad (also spelled Agiade) kings,[2] who was preceded by his father Polydorus and followed by his son Anaxander.[3][4] He ruled from 665 to 640 BC.

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  • The Spartan experience: from the 8th century BC
Preceded by
Polydorus
King of Sparta
665– 640 BC
Succeeded by
Anaxander

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