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Mar 26, 2015

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Persian Wars 2010 - 2013 Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES All rights reserved Slide 2 Essential Questions How did the Spartans demonstrate their bravery at the Battle of Thermopylae? What were the results of the Persian Wars? Slide 3 How did it start? Ionia: 520 B.C.E.-Persians conquered the area. Ionian Greeks revolted and Athens aided them Darius (Persian King) defeated the rebels and vowed to destroy Athens. Slide 4 Battle of Marathon 490 B.C.E.-Persian fleet brought 25,000 men to Marathon. 10,000 Athenians awaited Athenians charged the Persians and won. Slide 5 How did the Athenians win? Persians-light armor and not prepared Athenians-Phalynx Slide 6 Pheidippides Athens-defenseless Pheidippides Athens-Dont give up without a fight Greek army awaited Persians retreated Slide 7 Renewed Attacks Xerxes- successor of Darius the Great. Battle of Thermopylae: Narrow Mountain passprotected central Greece Greeks-lostPersians then burned Athens Slide 8 Battle of Thermopylae Slide 9 Thermopylae Today Slide 10 Battle of Salamis ThemistoclesFight at sea Sank 1/3 of Xerxes fleet Slide 11 Platae Final battlePersians defeated Slide 12 Consequences of the Persian Wars Delian League: Alliance of 140 city-states. Athens led it Athens-Golden Age Slide 13 Essential Questions How did the Spartans demonstrate their bravery at the Battle of Thermopylae? What were the results of the Persian Wars? Slide 14 Sources Used Ellis, Elisabeth Gaynor and Anthony Esler. World History: Connections to Today. Upper Saddler: New Jersey, 1999. Pictures from Google Images