king Darius dies 486 BC and pass his king ship to his son Xerxes in 486 BC king darius son begin to lead the people of perisian
the burn down of then he
Exactly 150 years after Xerxes burned Athens to the ground, Alexander was in the midst of his campaigning in Asia. After defeating the Persian armies on three occasions, he occupied the capital Persepolis.
April 2016 - After the Ionian Revolt of 499 BC, the Persians and their king Darius wanted to conquer Greece more than ever. Persia wanted more and more land. Also, the Greeks had helped the Ionians to revolt against the Persians, and had marched to Sardis and burned the city
the battle of marathon
The battle waged on the Marathon plain of northeastern Attica in 490 B.C. marked the first blows of the Greco-Persian War. With the Persians closing in on the Greek capitol, Athenian general Miltiades assumed command of the hastily assembled army.
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who fight in Persian war and who won
Greco-Persian Wars. Greco-Persian Wars, also called Persian Wars, (492–449 bce), a series of wars fought by Greek states and Persia over a period of almost half a century. The fighting was most intense during two invasions that Persia launched against mainland Greece between 490 and 479
the end of Persian war
proper noun. The wars fought between Greece and Persia in the 5th century BC, in which the Persians sought to extend their territory over the Greek world
After their defeat at Marathon, the Persians went home, but they returned in vastly greater numbers 10 years later, led by Darius’s successor, Xerxes. The unprecedented size of his forces made their progress quite slow, giving the Greeks plenty of time to prepare their defense. A general Greek league against Persia was formed in 481. Command of the army was given to Sparta, that of the navy to Athens. The Greek fleet numbered about 350 vessels and was thus only about one-third the size of the Persian fleet. Herodotus estimated the Persian army to number in the millions, but modern scholars tend to doubt his reportage. The Greeks decided to deploy a force of about 7,000 men at the narrow pass of Thermopylae and a force of 271 ships under Themistocles at Artemisium. Xerxes’ forces advanced slowly toward the Greeks, suffering losses from the weather
greece won the war and presia was defected in the battle