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Miltiades helmet bronze remains Ancient Greek General from "Battle of Marathon"

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Seller: greek-demigods (1,180) 100%, Location: Athens, Nea Smirni, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 171348773313 Condition: New, exceptional high quality solid bronze aged Miltiades helmet remains.Miltiades is often credited with devising the tactics that defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon., Material: Bronze, Quality museum reproduction: Solid bronze helmet remains, Details: Normal 0 Normal 0 Miltiades Solid Bronze Helmet Remains A Great Ancient Greek Museum Reproduction Artifact!Miltiades is often credited with devising the tactics that defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon. Miltiades was elected to serve as one of the ten generals (strategoi) for 490 BCE. In addition to the ten generals, there was one 'war-ruler' (polemarch), Callimachus, who had been left with a decision of great importance. The ten generals were split, five to five, on whether to attack the Persians at Marathon then, or later.Miltiades was firm in insisting that the Persians are fought now as a siege of Athens would have led to its destruction, and convinced the decisive vote of Callimachus for the necessity of a swift attack. He also convinced the generals of the necessity of not using the customary tactics, as hoplites usually marched in an evenly distributed phalanx of shields and spears, a standard with no other instance of deviation until Epaminondas. Miltiades feared the cavalry of the Persians attacking the flanks, and asked for the flanks to have more hoplites than the center. Miltiades had his men march to the end of the Persian archer range, called the "beaten zone", then break out in a run straight at the Persian horde. This was very successful in defeating the Persians, who then tried to sail around the Cape Sounion and attack Attica from the west. Miltiades got his men to quickly march to the western side of Attica overnight, causing Datis to flee at the sight of the soldiers who had just defeated him the previous evening. WE OFFER A GREAT SOLID BRONZE MUSEUM REPLICA The following photo is from the Archaeological Museum of Olympia. "Helmet of Miltiades". The helmet was given as an offering to the temple of Zeus at Olympia by Miltiades. Inscription on the helmet: ΜΙLTIAΔES. Archaeological Museum of Olympia. His helmet read Miltiades dedicates this helmet to Zeus. Tracking number provided!!! Helmet's Details: Condition: New, Made in Greece.ApproximatelyHeight: 20 cm - 8 inchesWidth: 17.5 cm - 6.9 inches Depth: 26 cm- 10.2 inches Weight: 3.2KgMaterial: Bronze ********

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