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Sunday, March 5, 2017

035 - The Ionian Revolt



In this episode, we discuss the events of the Ionian Revolt, beginning with Miletus' rebellion from the Persian Empire and ending with the sack of Miletus; the internal political happenings of Athens during the 490s BC; the Spartan destruction of Argos at Sepeia; and the early life of one of Athens' key political figures for the next four decades, Themistocles


Supplementary Resources (Videos, Photos, Other Podcasts)



Map/The Ionian Revolt Campaign

File:Ionian Revolt Campaign Map-en.svg
Photo/Ruins of Miletus' Agora



Recommended Podcast Episodes:
***History in the Making Ep 05 Persia Stirs
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 31 The Naxos Incident
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 32 Begun, the Greek Wars Have
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 33 Revenge of the Persians
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 34 A New Fleet
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 35 The Empire Strikes Back
***The History of Persia Podcast Ep 36 Return of the Tyrannoi
***The Maritime History Podcast Ep 31 A Persian Navy, an Ionian Revolt
***The Maritime History Podcast Ep 32 The Letdown at Lade
***Wonders of the World Ep 21 The Eternal Fires of Mount Chimaera


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