The Greatest Empire Lying Just Outside Of Greece

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This video is about strong and charismatic Greeks strategically harnessed the materials and people around them to create the most advanced technological feats. Persia is the greatest empire lying just outside of Greece. In September 480 BCE, Persia determined to add Greece to their empire. Briefly describe Themistocles was a good politician, who had a vision to deal with Persian. He built the navy ships to defeat the Persian. He also demonstrated his leadership at Salamis but creating a perfect to trick a Persian. The Greeks navy won. Persian navy was destroyed. In 471 BCE, Themistocles was ostracized. The capital city of Mycenaean was Mycenae home of the legendary King Agamemnon from the Iliad. The Iliad tells about the attack on the citadel of Troy, in Asia Minor, by the Greeks. Homer in the Iliad and the Odyssey wrote down Agamemnon’s epic struggles. Agamemnon murdered by his wife when he returned home from the Trojan War. The Lion Gate of Mycenae was the entrance to the city. The heads of the lions - or lionesses - should have been facing to toward the people coming to th...

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