Lycurgus left none of his laws in writing; it was ordered in one of the Rhetræ that none should be written.
In memory of this accident, Lycurgus built a temple to Minerva.
We are at the present day incomparably better armed intellectually than Lycurgus to deal with the question of selection.
Lycurgus hoped to make the Spartans a strong and good people.
Lycurgus looked upon the education of youth as the greatest and most important object of a legislator's care.
The system of Lycurgus was agreeable to his stern and inflexible temper.
Lycurgus, of Thrace, went to the root of the matter by ordering the vines to be cut down.
It is this code, and Lycurgus, to whom Sparta owed it, with which we are now concerned.
And he proceeded, when a certain Lacedaemonian desired Lycurgus to establish a democracy in the city.
According to him the brother of Lycurgus was king of Sparta.