The Battle of Plataea The last battle in which Persia took over many Greek places. When Persia offered Athens a treaty to stop the Persian invasion, Athens declined it and instead, attacked. Out of the 300,000 Persian soldiers who entered this battle, only 43,000 survived. Greece only took casualties of about 1,000.

The Battle of Plataea was the battle when Persia took over many Greek places but when they offered Athens a treaty, Athens declined it and decided to attack back. Out of the Persian.

Battle of Plataea | Battle of Plataea image - Ancient Weapon Lovers Group - Mod DB

The Battle of Plataea was the final land battle during the second Persian invasion of Greece.

Battle of Plataea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia #persian wars

Plain of Plataea, from Mount Cithaeron engraving by William Miller after H W Williams

Battle of Plataea -The Serpent Column dedicated by the victorious Greeks

The Serpent Column is also Known as The Serpentine Column, Delphi Tripod or Plataean Tripod, Its an Ancient Bronze Column at Istanbul, Turkey

Military History Online - The Battle of Plataea - August, 479 BCE

The aversion to Athens best serves to explain the apparently unpatriotic attitude which Thebes displayed during the Persian invasion of Greece BC).

Battle of Plataea 479 BC Greek City States vs Persian Empire

The initial positions of the Greek (blue/purple) and Persian (red) armies prior to the Battle of Plataea in August 479 BCE. The two armies were separated by the river Asopus. Also indicated are the Persian fortified.

The Persian final defeat, The Battle of Plataea.

Persian Wars: Battle of Plataea

Classical Greece and Ancient Greek Warfare - Red Figure Kylix Depicting Armor (Armour) of the Ancient Greek Hoplite

1784 Map of the Battle of Plataea, Greece - Geographicus - BattleofPlataea-bocage-1784 - Battle of Plataea - Wikipedia

1784 Map of the Battle of Plataea, Greece - Geographicus - BattleofPlataea-bocage-1784 - Battle of Plataea - Wikipedia

The Battle of Plataea by Hunter Erickson - Hunter makes his second appearance on this blog with another MOC based on a historic battle. This time it is The Battle of Plataea. Here's how Hunter describes it: The Battle of Plataea was the final land battle between the United Greek city States and the Persian Empire during the Greco-Persian wars. The battle wasn't just a huge victory for the Greeks but for the survival of western civilization. #LEGO #Minifigure #BrickWarriors #MOC #LEGOMOC…

LEGO MOC of the Week - The Battle of Plataea by Hunter Erickson

The Battle of Plataea by Hunter Erickson - Hunter makes his second appearance on this blog with another MOC based on a historic battle. This time it is The Battle of Plataea. Here's how Hunter describes it: The Battle of Plataea was the final land battle between the United Greek city States and the Persian Empire during the Greco-Persian wars. The battle wasn't just a huge victory for the Greeks but for the survival of western civilization. #LEGO #Minifigure #BrickWarriors #MOC #LEGOMOC…

Persian Wars: Battle of Plataea

Persian Wars: Battle of Plataea

The Greco-Persian Wars - Greek hoplite (right) and Persian warrior (left) depicted fighting on an ancient kylix, century BC.

Spartan General Pausanias. Pausanias was a Spartan general of the 5th century BCE, responsible for the Greek victory over Mardonius and the Persians at the Battle of Plataea in 479 BCE, and was the leader of the Hellenic League created to resist Persian aggression during the Greco-Persian Wars.

Spartan General Pausanias, of the century BC, responsible for the Greek victory over the Persians at the Battle of Plataea in 479 BC.

"Battle of Plataea" by Peter Dennis - A defeat of the Persian army by the Greeks at Plataea in 479 BC.

Leonidas leads the 300 Spartans against the Persian army of Xerxes during the battle of Thermopylae, 480 BC. Artwork by Peter Dennis.

This weapon was seen as the quintessential "bad guys" weapon in ancient Greece. Athenian art frequently depicted Spartan warriors with this weapon for that reason. Greek hoplite (standing) fighting against a Persian archer. Both are using a kopis. Depiction in ancient kylix, 5th century BC, National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

Greek hoplite and Persian warrior depicted fighting, on an ancient kylix, century BC

Map of the Battle of Plataea 479 BC

History Map of the Battle of Plataea 479 BC; illustrating the Persian Wars

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