Why does Persia want to invade Greece?
He wanted to increase the wealth of Persia.
Persia invaded many territories. Which did you have in mind?
Xerxes wanted to invade Greece because the Athenians burned the city of Sardis (major city in Persia) and also because of the Ionian Revolt..
King Xerxes I of Persia.
Because they were enemies
no Persia is in Asia and Greece is in Europe
Because 1.They want to and 2.they were idiots
They had already invaded Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, Judah and Egypt so they wanted to expand their Empire and go into Greece which was just over the Mediterranean Sea.
King Darius I. When he was trying to punish Greece for not bowing to his will, he decided to invade. He was finally defeated at the Battle of Marathon.
The Huns only invaded Persia.
Greece ok, Greece PWNED Persia hee hee Persia need better infantry rather than a lot of infantry.
Yes he did invade Greece but it was called the Persian Empire.
King Phillip II wanted to conquer Greece because if he had all of Greece he could invade Persia, the biggest empire in the world at the time. He also was building a kingdom for his son and heir Alexander The Great.
Persia invaded mainland Greece in 480 to incorporate it into its empire. There was a minor delaying action at the Thermopylai pass as part of the two year invasion.
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No, Persia was much more stronger.
persia prevented Sparta and Athens from uniting.
Greece and Persia and Greece won
Persia did not conquer Greece. Persia attempted to conquer Greece but the invasion was repelled. Earlier, Greeks had fought against Persia in the Ionian Revolt, and the Persian invasion was intended as retribution for the violation of Persian temples.
Persia is the old name for what we now call Iran. It was MUCH larger than Greece.
The reason why the Persians invaded Greece was to take advantage of the fractious political scene that was taking place within its states. The collision between these two worlds began, thanks to the ambitions of Cyrus the Great to expand his empire even further.
Philip II was king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia in the northern Greek peninsula. He became hegemon (leader not ruler) of a united Greece (minus the Spartans) that Philip forced together to help him in his campaign to invade Persia.
Persia invaded Egypt in 525BC
The Dorians invaded Greece in 1000 BC
Greece support rebellion in Persia
Darius was the third king of the Persian Empire and the father of Xerxes I (the king of Persia mentioned in 300). He was the first Persian to attempt to invade Greece and was ultimately defeated at the Battle of Marathon in 490 BC.
Hellas Persia never conquered the whole of Greece and the bits that medized (submitted to Persia) were quickly intimidated back away by the major powers of Athens and Sparta. Persia kept trying to conquer Greece because, simply, it was described to Darius and Xerxes as the most beautiful place in the world, and they wanted it.
Ancient Persia Conquered Greece and killed the Spartans that's 1
Alexander's father was Philip II of Macedon. Philip had conquered most of Greece by the time he died in 336 BC. Alexander was 20 and began completing the plans Philip had made to invade Persia.
It gave him control of the military capacity to add to his Macadonian forces, and invade Persia, and also security at home in his planned campaign to take over the Persian Empire.
no he only invaded Persia, Egypt, and Gaugamela
He inherited the campaign from his father Philip who was in the process of mounting it when he was assasinated.
A lot!! For example they won the war over persia even though they were outnumbered and Persia was a superpower! That broke Persias Power over ancient Greece........
If your are referring to the ottoman occupation of greece...then no. Turkey didn't invade Greece, the Ottoman empire invaded the Byzantine empire. The decisive blow came when the capital fell on may 29 1453
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6 April 1941
Darius, king of Persia.
Alexander the Great did...
There were hundreds of Greek cities within the Persian Empire, and their mother cities in peninsular Greece helped them rise against their Persian overlords. The Persians decided to take over peninsular Greece and absorb it within the empire to stop this disruption to peace.
1940 in world war two!
the Soviet Union
yes, Italy, then Germany.
Persia wanted to include mainland Greece in its empire. The southern city-states disagreed and resisted the takeover.
A fleet and an army.
Yes But Not As Powerful As Rome or The Great Persia
Rome, Greece, Persia, Nubia and the Hittites.