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Unformatted text preview: 3.1 Persians attack Egypt because they are insulted: “this little speech” 3.16 Violating a body is against many cultures 3.29-3.32, 3.35-3.37 Insane killings committed by Cambyses; sacrilege 3.38 Darius summons men from different cultures for information 3.44 Force others to move to maintain eunomia 3.53 To revenge the life of a son the dead body, even if an enemy 3.64 Gods get their revenge on Cambyses for dishonoring them. He is wounded “in the very same spot he had earlier struck Apisthe god of the Egyptians” 3.97 Bring gifts to the king 3.105-6, 3.110-111,3.115 Travel to distant lands for Goods 3.127 Darius motivated by a desire for revenge 3.129 Travel to cure the King 3.130-2 Reward and Time as a result 4.1,4.4 Darius moves out of his realm to exact revenge on the Scythians for previously attacking Asia 4.80 Battle as an agon: a “trial of our strength in battle” 4.84 Darius cruel 4.145 Minyans accepted because their ancestors had time, the Argonauts 4.164 Listen to the oracle. If you t ry act against it you will fulfill it.4....
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- Fall '09
- Darius I of Persia, Hellespont, Battle of Salamis, Darius summons men, Persians attack Egypt, Persians reward dishonorables