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The Persian Conquest of the Greeks 545–450 bc. J. M. Balcer. Cambridge Ancient History V, 96–120. The Achaemenid Persian Army. The Greek Wars: The Failure of Persia. That Persian force had landed at Marathon and been defeated by the Athenians in a famous battle that has ever since been considered a victory of European freedom.

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1995, Jack Martin Balcer, The Persian Conquest of the Greeks, 545-450 . page 152: Had the Persians, however, not transported those Paionians farther east, we must consider that hundreds of other Skudrians had also entered Asia and traveled to Parsa, either freely or coercibly. 1883, Louisa Lowe, The Bastilles of England: Or, the Lunacy Laws at Work: at least be a shield from molestation in all opinions and practices consonant thereto, and let it be made highly penal for medical men or lunacy commissioners to adjudge coercibly insane any views or any actions sanctioned.

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