Miltiades

Miltiades (z; Μιλτιάδης; c. 550 BCE – 489 BCE) was the son of Cimon Coalemos, a renowned Olympic chariot-racer. Miltiades considered himself a member of the Aeacidae, and he was a member of the prominent Philaid clan. He is known mostly for his role in the Battle of Marathon; as well as his rather tragic downfall afterwards. His son Cim...
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Miltiades

noun Athenian general who defeated the Persians at Marathon (540-489)
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Miltiades

[name] Miltiades or Miltiadis (Μιλτιάδης, short: Miltos) is a Greek masculine given name. The name is derived from the Greek word for `red earth`. == List of persons with the given name == ...
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Miltiades

Miltiades (miltī'udēz) , d. 489 B.C., Athenian general who commanded at Marathon. He succeeded his uncle as ruler (c.524 B.C.) of an Athenian dependency in the Gallipoli Peninsula. He accompanied (c.513) Darius in the Persian expedition into Scythia. Later he took part in the revolt ...
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Miltiades

Miltiades was an Athenian general of the 5th century BC. When Greece wag invaded by the Persians he was elected one of the ten generals, and drew up the army on the field of Marathon, where, in 490 BC, he gained a memorable victory. Next year he persuaded the Greeks to intrust him with a fleet of seventy vessels, in order to follow up his success. ...
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Miltiades

[n] - Athenian general who defeated the Persians at Marathon (540-489)
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