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Miltiades - 555-489 BC - Athenian General - Son of Cimon - Battle of Marathon, 490 BC - Herodotus, The Histories - Cold Cast Bronze Resin

Miltiades - 555-489 BC - Athenian General - Son of Cimon - Battle of Marathon, 490 BC - Herodotus, The Histories - Cold Cast Bronze Resin

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Condition: New
Material: Cold Cast Bronze Resin
Height: 35 cm - 13,8 inches
Width: 14,5 cm - 5,7 inches
Length: 12 cm - 4,7 inches
Weight: 1730 g

Miltiades (c. 555-489 BCE) was the Athenian general who defeated the Persians at the Battle of Marathon in 490 BCE. The Greeks faced a Persian force of superior numbers led by the commanding admiral Datis, who had been sent by their king Darius I (549-486 BCE) to invade and subjugate Greece. At the Battle of Marathon, Miltiades recognized that traditional Greek strategy would never succeed against the larger Persian force and adopted a completely unexpected tactic which broke the Persian lines, won the battle, and saved Greece from Persian domination.

ΠAN 76700 MIΛΤΙΑΔΗΣ - 41

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