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Aristides the Just, 3.16, 49, 87. fought at Marathon (490), Salamis (480), and commanded the Athenians at Plataea (479); exiled (483) because his policies clashed with those of Themistocles.
Persians the people of Persia, the great empire of western Asia; under Darius they invaded Greece and were beaten back at Marathon (490), 1.61. under Xerxes were overwhelmingly defeated at Salamis (480), 1.61; 3.48, 49. and at Plataea (479), 1.61.
Salamis the island and straits directly in front of the Piraeus (q.v.),where (480) Themistocles and the allied Greeks virtually annihilated the fleets of Persia, 1.61, 75.
Themistocles brilliant statesman of Athens, 2.16. gave Athens her fleet and saved Greece at Salamis (480), 1.75. consummate general, 1.108. not always scrupulous in his methods, 3.49. his valuation of character, 2.71.
Thermopylae a narrow pass on the seashore between Thessaly and Locris, held by Leonidas and his three hundred against the hosts of Xerxes (480), 1.61.