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Long ago, before the birth of Christ, and as the Roman republic began to flourish, war had been declared upon the divided country of Greece for their rising power across the Mediterranean.
The Persian Empire had already seized the Greek city Ionia as their first trophy, but the king of Persia, Darius the Great, had his eyes set on the glorious Athens.
The Persians sent, in total, twenty-five thousand men on ship after ship to the city of Marathon; to begin their invasion of the Greek mainland, and where they were intercepted by Athenian forces...
However, upon first glance of the invading Persian troops, Greeks were struck with fear by their enemies outlandish outfits.
Nevertheless, before the two forces clashed, the Athenians sent a long-distance messenger to Sparta for their aid.
As Athenian forces charged with all their might, the messenger, Pheidippides, hurried in the other direction.
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