Which famous Hellenes were Pythagoras’ contemporaries? What are these people famous for?

In Athens, first the reformer-aristocrat Solon, then the popular tyrant Pisistratus, then his unpopular sons (Hyppius and Hipparchus), then the reformer-democrat Cleisthenes.
In Sparta – King Cleomenes I, who tried to stop the reforms of Cleisthenes in Athens.
On the island of Samos, the tyrant Polycrates, with whom Pythagoras did not get along.

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