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How in the world did we defeat the Persian Empire?!. Ch. 28 Fighting the Persian Wars
28.2 Ionian Revolt 1. Why did the Ionians revolt? Persian took their farmland and harbors Forced to pay tribute (tax) and serve in the army 2. What happened? Persians destroyed the city-state of Miletus May have sold Ionians to slavery; punished the Ionians. Athenians left the Ionians to fight for themselves. Ionians lost to the Persians.
28.3 Battle of Marathon 1. What happened? Athenian soldiers defeated the Persians. Sparta didn’t send troops because they were celebrating a religious festival. “We’ll help you after the next full moon!” 2. Why important? Showed the Persian army could be defeated
28.4 Thermopylae 1. How were the Spartans able to hold the Persians off? Controlled the narrow pass 2. How were Persians able to defeat Spartans? Secret mountain pass Attack from front and rear 3. Why did the Spartans refuse to escape? To delay the Persians
28.5 Battle of Salamis 1. Why did the Athenians sail away in panic? Heard about Spartan’s defeat at Thermopylae Persians would soon destroy Athens 2. How were the Greeks able to defeat the Persian fleet? Themistocles tricked Persians into a narrow channel Large Persian ships had trouble moving
28.6 & 7 Battle of Plataea 1. What happened at the Battle of Plataea? Greeks defeated the Persian army that Xerxes had left behind. 2. Why were the Persian wars important? Preserved Greek independence Prevented Persia from conquering all of Europe
Processing 28 Write headlines. Must include info. from lessons Short, action words, omit unnecessary words. Catches the reader attention. Color pictures. Can’t recall what each picture represents? Look back to pages 182-186 to match the images. Then read at the top what is taking place in that picture.