Victory of Greece in the Greco-Persian Wars

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February 4, 2013

 

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The Ionians held their own until 494 BCE when the Persian navy destroyed the Ionian navy in the Battle of Lade. The Athenian and Eretria involvement in the revolt angered King Darius and four years later he assembled a force to retaliate. In July of 490 BCE his fleet with army on board left Cilicia landed on the shores of Naxos...
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In July of 490 BCE his fleet with army on board left Cilicia landed on the shores of Naxos. The Persians destroyed and burned the Naxos and moved on to Eretria where they met heavy resistance but were victorious after 6 days. With the first of the campaign's main objective's accomplished the army moved to Marathon which is about 26 miles from Athens...
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