Category: Classical

Tyrants Mythos One - Tyrants (2) - Talk About Creeps (Cassette)


  1. We will start the list with one of history’s oldest, cruelest and most unpredictable tyrants. Caligula ruled from 37AD to 41AD, and in these four short years he restored treason trials, causing the death of many. Records show that the first six months of his reign were quite moderate, but after this, he worked manically to increase the unconstrained power of the emperor, attained new .
  2. tyrant: [noun] an absolute ruler unrestrained by law or constitution. a usurper of sovereignty.
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  4. In classical politics, a tyrant is one who has taken power by their own means as opposed to hereditary or constitutional power. This mode of rule is referred to as tyranny. The word derives from Latin tyrannus, meaning "illegitimate ruler", and this in turn from a non-Indo-European loan word in Greek, τύραννος, týrannos, meaning "sovereign, master", although the latter was not.
  5. Jeremiah ESV / 7 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. The words of Jeremiah, the son of Hilkiah, one of the priests who were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin, to whom the word of the Lord came in the days of Josiah the son of Amon, king of Judah, in the thirteenth year of his reign. It came also in the days of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah, and until the end of the.
  6. ty·rant (tī′rənt) n. 1. An extremely oppressive, unjust, or cruel ruler. 2. An absolute ruler who governs without restrictions, especially one who seized power illegally. 3. An oppressive, harsh, arbitrary person: My boss is a tyrant. [Middle English, from Old French, alteration (influenced by -ant, present participle ending) of tyran, from Latin.
  7. FEAR OF TYRANTS: (tyrannophobia and fear of tyrants) 1: fear of tyrants: a persistent, abnormal, and unwarranted fear of tyrants, despite conscious understanding by the phobic individual and reassurance by others that there is no danger fear of tyrants: an extreme unwarranted fear and/or physical aversion to tyrants.
  8. Alien tyrants of the nations have cut it down and left it; on the mountains and in all the valleys its branches have fallen and its boughs have been broken in all the ravines of the land. And all the peoples of the earth have gone down from its shade and left it.

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