Ancient Greek Battles
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Please Don't Follow us into this narrow water.
The Greeks tricked the Persians to come threw a valley to fight them... But a snitch from the Greek army told the Persians that they could go around the valley and go through to trap them.
Die die enemies!
Three hundred of the Greek army stayed behind at the valley to fight while the others left to escape. Than they left to warm Athens and to get Athens to help them defeat the Persians on the Sea.
The Greeks tricked the Persians into following them into narrow water.
After the Greeks tricked the Persians they rammed the Persian boat and made it sink.
The Persians had boats bring them supply but a storm sank all the boats
Because of all the Persians supply boats being sunk the Greeks took this time to destroy the Persian army.
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