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general Datis in charge of his army but Second-in-command was Artaphernes, Darius’ nephew
The total strength of the Persian army was 90,000 men. The Greeks were led by Miltiades or Callimachus and they had a army of men between 10,000 and 20,000
the two armies clashed. the Persian plan was to rapidly fire lots of arrows into the enemy.
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the Greeks came closer to the enemy lines. This would help because of their longer spears, heavier swords and better armor
the Greek won a great victory against the Persians.According to tradition 6,400 Persians were dead
the Persian fleet fled back to Asia but they would be back, and next time, in even bigger numbers.
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