about 20,000 Persians and 4000 Greeks.
Leonidas was the leader who died defending Sparta and Athens from the Persians.
The Ancient Persians were captured twice.
Over 6000 Persians. The Athenians lost 192 men and the Plataeans 11
The war went on for 50 years and we have no detailed knowlege of the casualties for most of the battles, and of those who died from disease and other causes.
Persians still are Persians (Iranians), many years ago some Arabs attacked Iran and changed their religion to Islam. Now days Iranian people are two kinds: Pure Persians, Arab-Persians. Currently Power of Iran is in Arab-Persians hand.
became king of persians after his father died
The main historian Herodotos doesn't say anything other than 'many'. This may mean a few thousand, more or less.
Many surrendered. The other city-states banded together to resist and outfought the Persians.
There was way to many to count.
No, the Roman were not Persians. They were Latins. The Persians were the ancestors of the Iranians
Phidippides was the Athenian runner who spread the news of the victory over the Persians at Marathon. He died after giving the message in Athens.
The PersiansWhen and where?
A total of around 30,009
many including the ancient persians
About half a million.