[lahy-kur-guh s] /laɪˈkɜr gəs/

flourished 9th century b.c, Spartan lawgiver.
9th century bc, Spartan lawgiver. He is traditionally regarded as the founder of the Spartan constitution, military institutions, and educational system


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