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Pericles was arguably the most prominent and influential Greek statesman, orator and general .... Cimon defeated the Persians in the Battle of Salamis-in-Cyprus, but died of disease in 449 BC. .... ...

Pericles - Ancient History - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Pericles, including videos, interesting articles, ... Did You Know? ... In 443 he was elected strategos (one of Athens' leading generals), a position he held, ... The Peloponnesian War and the Death of Pericles.

Pericles - Ancient Greece

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Pericles was born in 495 B.C. into the wealthy family of the Alcmaeonids. ... statesman for Athens during The Peloponnesian War until his death in 429B. ... not over reaching he was able to maintain that Empire something later leaders did not ...

Death of Pericles - The Baldwin Project

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Death of Pericles from The Story of the Greeks by H. A. Guerber. ... The Spartans had been awed and frightened by the eclipse, but they did not give up their ... Then he immediately set out for the plague-stricken city of Athens, where he worked ...

Pericles of Athens: Facts, Achievements & Death - Video & Lesson ...

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Pericles (roughly 495-429 BC) was an extremely influential statesman, orator, and general of ancient Athens. He organized the Athenian Empire and ...

P E R I C L E S - History of Greece

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He walked over and asked them whether the women in their country did not bear .... Pericles finally ran to his bedside and begged Anaxagoras not to die, and ...

Biography for Kids: Pericles - Ducksters

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Occupation: Statesman and General; Born: 495 BC in Athens, Greece; Died: 429 BC ... Pericles grew up in the Ancient Greek city-state of Athens. ... One of the first things he did was sponsor the playwright Aeschylus and his play The Persians.

Pericles (c. 495-429 B.C.) - The Latin Library

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He soon left their political camp, probably on the question of relations with Persia, ... but he probably did support the democratic leader Ephialtes in this period, and .... the death of his two legitimate sons, their son Pericles had to be legitimated.

Greece, A History of Ancient Greece, PERICLES

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The funeral oration that he has Pericles deliver in honor of the dead during the first ... There has never been a time when they did not inhabit this land, which by  ...

Pericles (Leader of Athens) Biography - Ancient/Classical History

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Pericles was the leader of Athens at the time of the building of the Parthenon and ... He was also leader of Athens during the Peloponnesian War, but he died of ...

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Pericles - General - Biography.com

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During his leadership, he built the Acropolis and Parthenon and led Athens' recapture of Delphi, the siege on Samos and the invasion of Megara. In 429, he died ...

Pericles - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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... that the period in which he led Athens has been called the 'Age of Pericles'. ... With the death of Pericles, his 'age' ended and Athens fell into an intellectual, ... Further, not only did citizens participate in a direct democracy whereby they ...

Pericles Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Pericles became prominent first in the law courts, where he prosecuted the leading statesmen and finally Cimon, the leading conservative power. ... He was fined but reelected general for 429, the year of his death. .... He died six months later.