In the first phase, a coalition of cities in southern Greece led by Sparta, including Athens, Megara, Philius,Sicyon, Corinth, Tegea, Epidaurus, Orchomenus, Anactarion, Plataea, Eretria, Aegina, Mycenae, Ambracia, Chalcis, Hermione, Potidaea, Cephalonia, Lepraeum.
In the second phase about 180 mostly Asiatic Greek cities led by Athens.
yes they did
The Persian Wars. There were actually two. The first war, in 490, was an invasion of Greece led by the Persian King Darius. It culminated in Athenian victory at the Battle of Marathon. The second war involved the Battles of Thermopylae and Salamis. It was another Persian invasion, this time led by Darius' son Xerxes, from 480-79.
NO! The Persian war was ancient Greece vs the Persians USA didnt even exist then.
The Persian War
The Persian invasion of peninsular Greece 480-479 BCE.
The outcome set a limit to Persian expansion to the west.
The battle for Greece.
Historians today think the 1st Persian war started around 490 BC.
The Persian Empire and the eastern Greek city-states.
Greece. There were two Persian Wars. The First Persian War in 490 BC had only one major battle (Marathon). The Second Persian War in 480-479 BC had three major battles (Thermopylae, Salamis, Plataea). Salamis was a sea battle. The sites can be found on a map of ancient Greece, and possibly even on a map of modern Greece.
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Greece was not involved, but Europe was.
The Persian War led to the beginning of the Golden Age of Greece and the Peloponnesian War led to the end of the Golden Age of Greece
In Asia Minor, mainland Greece and the Islands.
A fleet and an army.
A confederation of Greek city-states.