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Xerxes the Great King of the Medes and Persians
Xerxes was a king of the Medes and Persians, who fought against the Ancient Greeks in the Persian Wars.
Xerxes - King of Persia Xerxes - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Resources on Xerxes. Xerxes, successor of Darius and king of Persia, whom the Greeks thought despotic, led the Persians in the Persian War and was defeated ...
Justin on The Size of Xerxes' Force in the Persian War
Read an estimate from Justin's writings about Xerxes and the Persian invasion force.
Xerxes - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Xerxes, son of Darius the Great, ruled Persia from 485-465 when he was killed by his son. He is well known for his attempted conquest of Greece, including his ...
About the Battle of Salamis - The Persian Wars
Invading Greece in the summer of 480 BC, Persian troops led by Xerxes I were opposed by the forces of an alliance of Greek city-states. Pushing south into ...
Blacks in Xerxes' Army - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Answer: As shown in the movie "300", when Xerxes brought his forces to bear on the Greeks, he brought more than just Persians. Xerxes was a Great King over ...
Artemisia - Queen of Halicarnassus - What We Know
In the 5th century B.C.E., Artemisia, queen of Halicarnassus, helped Xerxes against the Greeks, then helped talk Xerxes out of pursuing his conquest of Greece.
Persian Battle of Thermopylae Summary (300 Movie)
Thermopylae (lit. "hot gates") was a pass the Greeks tried to defend in battle against the Persian forces led by Xerxes, in 480 B.C. The Greeks (Spartans and ...
Themistocles - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
[As Athens was assumed to be Xerxes' main target (to avenge his father Darius' defeat at Marathon ten years earlier), the whole population abandoned the city ...
Thermopylae - Terms to Know About The Battle of Thermopylae
In 485 B.C., Great King Xerxes succeeded his father Darius to the throne of Persia and to the wars between Persia and Greece. Xerxes lived from 520-465 B.C. ...
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