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Map - 490 BC Persian Empire
Persian Empire, 490 BC, showing route of Cyrus the Younger, Xenophon, and the 10,000. At the time of Xenophon, The Persian Empire had already lost its foothold in European Thrace, and many Greek cities on the coast of Asia Minor were independent of Persian rule.
Mycenean-Greece-Orient1450bc.jpg NileDelta1450bc~0.jpg oriental_empire.jpg Persian_Empire%2C_490_BC.png The_Assyrian_Empire_and_the_Region_about_the_Eastern_Mediterranean,_750_-_625_B_C_.PNG
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Filename:Persian_Empire%2C_490_BC.png
Atlas name:Joe Sermarini / Pre-Classical
Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Persian_Empire,_490_BC.png
Author, Date printed:The Department of History, United States Military Academy
Permission granted by:In the public domain as original works of the United States federal government and/or military.
Authorized use:In the public domain as original works of the United States federal government and/or military.
File Size:64 KB
Date added:Dec 23, 2013
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