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He tells of the Persian defeat, reeling off the names of the Persian generals who have been killed, and giving his rendition of the blood-curdling battle cry of the Greeks as they charged in to battle.
Battle of ThermopylaeBattle of ArtemisiumBattle of SalamisBattle of Plataeaand Battle of Mycale The allies had no 'standing army', nor was there any requirement to form one; since they were fighting on home territory, they could muster armies as and when required.
A congress of states met at Corinth in late autumn of BC, and a confederate alliance of Greek city-states was formed. However, at the end of the second day, they were betrayed by a local resident named Ephialtes who revealed to Xerxes a mountain path that led behind the Allied lines.
The Persian Empire is therefore often also referred to as Achaemenid Empire.
He centralized administration by dividing the Persian Empire into 20 satrapies governed by satraps. Among modern scholars some have accepted this number, although suggesting that the number must have been lower by the Battle of Salamis.
In BC Xerxes sent ambassadors around Greece asking for earth and water, but making the very deliberate omission of Athens and Sparta. Darius was not at all pleased, as all this had just made the Greeks more cocky.
The latter was captured, but Athens was successful in defeating the Persian force at the battle of Marathon. Thermopylae and Artemisium[ edit ] Main articles: There, food had been sent from Asia for several years in preparation for the campaign.
Battle of Thermopylae and Battle of Artemisium When the Allies received the news that Xerxes was clearing paths around Mount Olympusand thus intending to march towards Thermopylae, it was both the period of truce that accompanied the Olympic gamesand the Spartan festival of Carneiaduring both of which warfare was considered sacrilegious.
They staged a hit-and-run attack on some Cilician ships, capturing and destroying them. Its passage was probably due to the desire of many of the poorer Athenians for paid employment as rowers in the fleet.
The number of 1, for the outset only is also given by Ephorus while his teacher Isocrates claims there were 1, at Doriskos and 1, at Salamis. The Spartans were celebrating a religious festival at the time, but as soon as it was over hit the road and got the 60 miles to Athens in a day, too late for the battle, however they marched on to view the battlefield, congratulated the Athenians, then marched back home.
Plataea and Mycale[ edit ] Main articles: They staged a hit-and-run attack on some Cilician ships, capturing and destroying them. Dispositions[ edit ] In the Allied fleet, the Athenians were on the left, and on the right were probably the Spartans although Diodorus says it was the Megareans and Aeginetians ; the other contingents were in the center.
The armies from the Eastern satrapies were gathered in KritalaCappadocia and were led by Xerxes to Sardis where they passed the winter. Led by the Athenians, the newly formed Delian League went on the offensive to free the Ionian city-states on the Anatolian coast.
Different-sized allied forces thus appeared throughout the campaign. Thermopylae and Artemisium[ edit ] Main articles: Among modern scholars some have accepted this number, although suggesting that the number must have been lower by the Battle of Salamis.
Sire, be not grieved nor greatly distressed because of what has befallen us. Establishment of the Persian Empire The Persians are believed to migrate from the Caucasus to the territory of the modern Iran at the beginning of the 1st millennium BC where they established their own state in the 7th century BC.
This run over the hills was the real first Marathon - 26 miles with armour and weapons, having already fought a battle in the morning. These numbers are discussed fully in the article for each battle. In a day of savage fighting, the Allies held on to their position, but suffered severe losses  half the Athenian fleet was damaged  ; nevertheless, the Allies inflicted equal losses on the Persian fleet.
Mardonius saw his opportunity and attacked. It is not entirely clear what this was, but it probably involved rowing into gaps between enemy ships and then ramming them in the side. The Persian cavalry began to intercept food deliveries and finally managed to destroy the only spring of water available to the Allies.
These numbers are by ancient standards consistent, and this could be interpreted that a number around 1, is correct. The Greeks crushed the weaker Persian foot soldiers by routing the wings before turning towards the centre of the Persian line. He died during his return to Persia and was succeeded by Darius the Great r.
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Therefore, by rowing into the Straits of Salamis to attack the Greeks, the Persians were playing into the Allies' hands. The following year, BC, Mardonius recaptured Athens (the.
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