87: The Third Invasion

Rebuilding the walls of Athens as ordered by Satrap Pharnabazus – Earnest Dudley Heath, 1915

In 393 BCE, a Persian army landed in Greece and captured territory, marking the most successful invasion of Greek territory in a century. From there, the Aegean erupted into a quagmire of competing allegiances and revolts.

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