The oracle replied to his question that Adrastus was king of the Sicyonians and Cleisthenes was a brigand.
It was Cleisthenes who made Attica a democratic state; and thus it came about.
The privileges of the Areopagus were Cleisthenes, Ephialtes.
The act of Cleisthenes seems to us a very drastic proceeding.
In conclusion it should be noticed that Cleisthenes was the founder of the Athens which we know.
Cleisthenes however gave back the choruses to Dionysos, and the other rites besides this he gave to Melannipos.
The trial was held by the four “tribe-kings” (φυλοβασιλεῖς), an archaic survival from before the time of Cleisthenes.
Thereupon Megacles said that he accepted the betrothal, and so the marriage was determined by Cleisthenes.
The eclipse of Cleisthenes in all records is one of the most curious facts in Greek history.
Cleisthenes increased the senate to five hundred, and assigned fifty to each district.