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Published on December 7, 2007

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Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. Introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Assyria Carthage Medes Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide4:  Phoenicia Carthage Slide5:  Assyria Medes Slide6:  Assyrian soldiers flay skin alive refugees from Lachish, 701 B.C. (British Museum) Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Phrygia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide8:  Phrygia Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247):  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247) introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Gyges Croesus Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide10:  William Etty, “Candaules, King of Lydia, Shows his Wife by Stealth to Gyges, One of his Ministers, as She Goes to Bed,” 1830 Herodotus 1.8-14 (680’s B.C.) Slide11:  Ionia Lydia Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247):  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247) introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide13:  Persia Media Slide14:  Gerard van Honthorst, Croesus and Solon (Kunsthalle museum, Hamburg) Slide15:  Croesus on the pyre (Athenian red-figure, c.490 B.C.) Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247):  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247) introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide17:  Tomb of Cyrus the Great ruled Persia c. 557 –530 B.C. Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247):  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247) introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. hubris (υβρις) Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide19:  The Achaemenid Rulers of Persia Slide20:  Darius, King of Persia ruled Persia c. 522-486 B.C. Slide21:  The Behistun inscription, c. 520 B.C., records Darius’ rise to power Darius Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247):  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. (Morris and Powell Chapter 11, pages 221-247) introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide23:  Persia Ionia Slide24:  Miletus Sardis Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide26:  The Trireme Slide27:  The Trireme Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. :  Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 B.C. introduction Empires of the Ancient Near East Lydia Cyrus and the Rise of Persia, 559-530 B.C. Cambyses and Darius, 530-521 B.C. Persia’s Northwest Frontier and the Ionian Revolt, 521-494 B.C. The Battle of Marathon Slide29:  Marathon Slide30:  A Greek fighting a Persian Darius King of Persia Miltiades Slide31:  Soros (burial place) at Marathon Reconstructed monument Slide32:  Xerxes invades Greece The Great War, 480-479 B.C. :  The Great War, 480-479 B.C. The Battle of Thermopylae, 480 B.C. The Fall of Athens Salamis The Battle of Salamis Battles of Plataea and Mycale, 479 B.C. Slide34:  Thermopylae Athens Slide35:  Leonidas and his 300 Spartans at Thermopylae The Great War, 480-479 B.C. :  The Great War, 480-479 B.C. The Battle of Thermopylae, 480 B.C. The Fall of Athens The Battle of Salamis Artemisia, Mardonius Battles of Plataea and Mycale, 479 B.C. Slide37:  Salamis and Themistocles Slide38:  Plataea Mycale

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