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THE ATHENIAN EMPIRE Lecture 10
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The story so far… Persian Wars 499-494 BCE Ionian Revolt 490 BCE Expedition of Darius against Eretria and Athens Battle of Marathon 481 Begin of Xerxes’ campaign Foundation of the Hellenic League
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MAJOR BATTLES Thermopylae (480 BCE) Salamis (480 BCE) Plataea (479 BCE)
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MAJOR BATTLES Thermopylae (480 BCE) Salamis (480 BCE) Plataea (479 BCE)
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Persian invasion of Central Greece Athens evacuated and destroyed
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NAVAL WARFARE – THE TRIREME
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SALAMIS, 480 BCE
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PLATAEA (479 BCE)
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“By these the war was fought: Lakedaimonians, Athenians, Corinthians, Tegeans, Sikyonians, Aeginetans, Megarians, Epidaurians, Erchomenians, Phleiasians, Troezenians, Hermionians, Tirynthians, Plataians, Thespians, Mycenians, Ceians, Melians, Tenians, Naxians, Eretrians, Chalcidians, Styrians, Haleians, Potidaians, Leukadians, Anaktorians, Kyth- Nians, Siphnians, Ambrakians, Lepreans “ The Serpent Column
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What if….?
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