. . .This only is certain, that there is nothing certain; and nothing more miserable and yet more arrogant than man. — Pliny the Elder

Dionysius the Younger

397–343 BC
Civilization: Greek — Syracuse
   Field of Renown:  statesman — Tyrant
Era:  Decline

Continued tyrannical reign in Syracuse after the death of his father; student of Plato, overthrown by Dion.

Other Resources

Story Links
Book Links
Dion and Dionysius  in  The Story of the Greeks  by  H. A. Guerber
Timoleon Sends Dionysius to Corinth  in  The Story of Greece  by  Mary Macgregor