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Title: speech Comparison of xerxes & themistocles

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Subject: History
Author: Beth Q
Date: November 5, 2014
Level: University
Grade: C
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On the other hand, Themistocles was so greedy he stooped to dishonest actions such as according to Herodotus he took a bribe of 30 talents to arrange the Greek fleets to stay longer in Artemesium. By P.law, the king must choose his successor before going to war. A Babylonian document claimed Artabazanes as the ‘King’s son of Elam’ in as early as 507BC...

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A Babylonian document claimed Artabazanes as the ‘King’s son of Elam’ in as early as 507BC. Sources differ on Darius’s later decision but Herodotus claims Demaratus an exiled Spartan king influenced Darius by Spartan custom that only the son born after his father became king himself would be eligible to succeed...

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