Ionian revolt In the 6th century, the Persian emperor made the Greek cities of the Ionians their subjects. However, this was followed by resistance and revolt of many cities. The revolt started in BC. Ionians sought for support from both Sparta and Athens, as a way of defending their city.
Furthermore, the Athenians are culturally connected with the Ionians; due to this fact the Athenians sent some support to Ionians. Reportedly, the revolt had some progress. Sardis, which is a regional capital, was burnt. On the other hand, Miletus city, where a leader of the revolt was residing was also destroyed. The Persians were unhappy by the destruction of Sardis, while the mainlands Greeks were distressed by the destruction of Miletus. As a result, the collision between the two increased.
Darius, king of the Persians sent his troop to attack the Athenians. In addition to this, the Athenians had more sophisticated weapons and it was difficult to trounce them in a battle. Reportedly, an army of the Persians was met by Athenians at a place Marathon, which is located out of Athens. It is amazing the Athenians defeated the Persians army in the battle; this was due to well equipped weapons, possessed by the Athenians. Themistocles and triremes Xerxes becomes the king after his father Darius.
The son was upset by the Athenians defeat and planned to take a revenge on the Athenians. Meanwhile, there was revolt in Egypt, which distracted Xerxes. Apart from this, Themistocles who was a statesman in Athens persuaded the Athenians to use the wealth to invest in Triremes; Triremes was the most powerful and strong worship in the world.
Reportedly, from this point Athenians came to possess the most and powerful army in the Greek world. Reportedly, many cities accepted the demand, especially the northern Greek cities, which were close to Persians territory.
The war took several days; eventually the Spartans were killed and lost the battle. Salamis BC Things were falling against the Greeks. For a start, the northern cities of Greece that Persians had captured lost interest in defending their citizens, who were in the south. Secondly, Peloponnesian cities retreated from defending the citizens. For this reason, Athens moved its people to the south and set its navy to island Salamis. The Peloponnese wanted to retreat to the south, where they thought attacking the Persians would have been much easier.
Consequently, a skillful and a wise Athenian leader, Themistocles, managed to unite and keep all the Greek troops at the Salamis, this was very hard as most of the troops wanted to go back to defend their cities.
Themistocles was very skillful; he made the situation to look like the Greeks were retreating. Reportedly, Xerxes feared that the Greek navy could cut him off; thus, he moved back to Asia. Notably, he left General in charge of all the land armies Hanson What is more, the massive land army of the Persians moved north of Athens, which is close to Thebes.
Notably, Thebes is among the cities that Persians had conquered. There are several reasons why the Persians lost terribly the war. To start with, the Persians spoke different languages, for this reason it became difficult to unite the troops. It started from BC and ended in BC It was a relatively small war that arguably shaped a continent for centuries to come. Around the time of there was tension in and around America because of several controversial acts that Britain had passed out.
However the British did whatever it took to get out of a war however that could not happen because of what they were doing The South on the other hand, lacked the sufficient numbers and their psychological reasoning and leadership were too weak to prevail the North.
We are two peoples. The Persian Empire under Darius was expanding westward into Europe, and had targeted the powerful Greek states, particularly Athens, in order to capture what was the major power in the region at the time.
The Greeks were able to hold their territory, and as a result they were able to preserve their civilization. The Persian Empire was probably the largest and most powerful at the time. Only the Athenians and the Etretrians responded, but even with it, Ionia once again fell to the Persians and were left under their rule Butler.
The Greek city-states that used to fight amongst themselves had now became united under one common threat allowing ideas to flow more freely than they had before. Furthermore, by exploring these one may be able to establish why he was trying to create a buffer-zone or was he trying to accomplish something entirely different.
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The Persians convicted the Greeks as raiding terrorists. The Persians decided to go by land. They attacked the Scythians, and they lost The Persian Empire is a very diverse empire with the official language of Farsi Fars. With such a huge empire, they had to know how to control their people so that there is not a revolution. There were two ideas to control the people; the empire could keep them the people weak.
This will lead to the people not having enough resources, which will make the civilians desperate and can trigger a revolution However, with this an important question arises, did these civilizations and societies considered these acts of war and genocides as a good things or contradicted to it, like the present time.
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