Agis I

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Agis I (Greek: Ἄγις) was a king of Sparta and eponym of the Agiad dynasty. He was the son of Eurysthenes, first monarch of this dynasty, which ruled the city along with the Eurypontids. His genealogy was traced through Aristodemus, Aristomachus, Cleodaeus and Hyllus all the way to Heracles, and he belongs to mythology rather than to history. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Agis I has received more than 64,642 page views. His biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 23 in 2019). Agis I is the 6,067th most popular politician (up from 7,605th in 2019), the 362nd most popular biography from Greece (up from 399th in 2019) and the 164th most popular Greek Politician.

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Among politicians, Agis I ranks 6,067 out of 15,710Before him are Euphemia, Yuri II of Vladimir, Girolamo Riario, Julia Gillard, Julia the Younger, and Jizi. After him are Theodoric I, Margrave of Meissen, Diana Abgar, Tiberius Julius Alexander, Duarte Nuno, Duke of Braganza, Godfrey III, Duke of Lower Lorraine, and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

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Among people born in Greece, Agis I ranks 362 out of 855Before him are Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem (1952), Cleombrotus (-600), Podalirius (null), Glaucus of Corinth (null), Lais of Corinth (-400), and Hellanicus of Lesbos (-490). After him are Peucestas (-390), Diagoras of Rhodes (-500), Jannis Kounellis (1936), Apollodorus (-500), Callicratidas (-500), and Aspasia Manos (1896).


Among politicians born in Greece, Agis I ranks 164Before him are Agesipolis I (-410), Leon of Sparta (-700), Constantine Phaulkon (1647), Podalirius (null), Glaucus of Corinth (null), and Lais of Corinth (-400). After him are Diagoras of Rhodes (-500), William of Villehardouin (1300), Yanis Varoufakis (1961), Antiochus VIII Grypus (-141), Dinarchus (-361), and Eucleidas (-201).