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|Statement||by John Ferguson.|
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Below is Herodotus’ detailed account for the legendary battle of the Champions in BC between Spartans and Argives and what happened next to them and territory of Thyrea.
In addition, how would men wear their hair and women have their jewelry, and the fate Thyrea book Othryades. Thyrea is a village of Evros and is connected by road with the cities of Didymoteicho and Orestiada through provincial network.
In the area has been found a burial mound, on the 8 th kilometer of the national road from Didymoteicho to Orestiada, between the villages of Thyrea and Asimenio. This is one of the largest mounds of the northern Evros with a diameter of meters and a height of. Thyrea enters history as the location of the Battle of the Champions (c.
BCE) between Argos and Sparta. According to Herodotus, Sparta had surrounded and captured the plain of Thyrea. When the Argives marched out to defend it, the two armies agreed to let champions from each city fight, with the winner taking the territory.
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Plutarch writes that according to Chrysermus (Χρύσερμος) third book of the "Peloponnesian History", there was a dispute between the Argives and the Lacedemonians about the possession of Thyrea. The Amphictyons said that of each side will fight and the victor will take the land.
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Thyatira was the smallest of the seven cities, but the one that received the longest letter. It lay about 45 miles to the southeast of Pergamum and was famous for its textiles, especially.
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Biography The Spartans and Argives were fighting for possession of Thyrea. Rather than commit their entire armies to the field, the Spartans and Argives agreed that the battle would be fought by soldiers from each side, and whichever side won would possess the land.
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According to Plut. Lys. 1 the wearing of long hair by the Spartans dated back to Lycurgus (the ninth century B.C.), but according to Hdt. they wore their hair short till the battle of Thyrea (in the sixth century B.C.), when by legal enactment they began to wear it long. 15 At Delphi. 16 Cp. 17 Back to Crete.
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The History emphasizes the development of military technologies. In several passages (, –76, –3), Thucydides describes in detail various innovations in the conduct of siegeworks or naval warfare.
The History places great importance upon naval supremacy, arguing that a modern empire is impossible without a strong navy. He states that this is the result of the development of. According to Plut. Lys. 1 the wearing of long hair by the Spartans dated back to Lycurgus (the ninth century B.C.), but according to Hdt.
they wore their hair short till the battle of Thyrea (in the sixth century B.C.), when by legal enactment they began to wear it long. 6 At Delphi. 7 Cp. 6. 2. 6. 8 Back to Crete. 9 The Adriatic.Othryades was a Spartan. As a hoplite, he was one of three hundred selected to fight a force of three hundred Argive soldiers for possession of was the only survivor of the battle; he later turned his sword against himself while on the same battle-field, ashamed to be the one survivor.
He is mentioned by Herodotus in his book The Histories, book 1,which mention includes his.According to Thucydides, Thyrea was situated about 10 stadia from the sea, or about 1 1/8 of a mile.
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