Aratus, the chief of Sicyon, was an acknowledged judge of paintings, and Sicyon was then the first school of Greece.
Such were the tyrants of Sicyon, spoken of in our last tale.
Another Macedonian town-plan may be found at Sicyon, a little west of Corinth.
But does it also represent the form in which they were recited at (let us say) Sicyon?
Scaurus had all the public pictures of Sicyon transported to Rome.
Her first husband was Tyrant of Sicyon, and at his death she seized the reins of power.
This was merely the traditional record that the tradition was preserved in the Ark, and subsequently emanated from Sicyon.
It is far more probable that the town-plan of Sicyon dates from the Macedonians.
Euphron, taking fright at these proceedings, fled for safety to the harbour-town of Sicyon.
By the authority chiefly of Pamphilus the master of Apelles, who taught at Sicyon.