Doryssus or Dorissus or Doriagus (Greek: Δόρυσσος) was a king of ancient Sparta. Pausanias identified him as the son of Labotas or Leobotes and the father of Agesilaus I. He was killed in battle between the Spartans and the Argives. He reigned for 29 years.
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|Agiad King of Sparta
c. 840 - c. 820 BC
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