Mardonius   - in ancient sources @

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  Mardonius   - general of the Persians at the battle of Plataea, 479 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_4.148   son of Phrynon feasted Mardonius, with fifty other Persi
Athen_12.536   "Pausanias, who defeated Mardonius at Plataea, having tran
Just_2.13   what course to pursue, Mardonius addressed him, advisin
Just_2.14   In Greece, in the meantime, Mardonius took Olynthus by
Nepos_3.2   in the battle in which Mardonius was defeated and the army
Nepos_4.1   was under his command that Mardonius, a Mede by birth, satrap
Oros_2.10   set sail for home. 6 Mardonius came to Xerxes, now a
Oros_2.11   [11]   Mardonius, however, whom Xerxes had appointed
Plut:Agis_3   that Pausanias who conquered Mardonius at Plataea. Paus
Polyaen_7.33.3   ssage from the king, but Mardonius would soon follow after

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