How many Persians were killed in the Battle of Thermopylae?

Answer The battle of Thermopylae took place in the fifth century B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians. An estimated 20,000 Persians died when a small army of Greeks, led by Spartan King Leonidas, held... Read More »

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You are going through a custody battle and you need to know what kind of psychological issues your one year old is dealing with Even though his father wasn't around for the pregnancy or the 1st year.?

AnswerIt's unlikely that your child is going to even remember being a year old. I would be more concerned if it was a child 5+ years old. If the child IS experiencing psychological symptoms it's du... Read More »

What does Thermopylae mean?

"Thermopylae" is Greek for "hot gates" and was named after nearby sulfur springs. It is a mountain pass in eastern Greece and was the site of a battle in 480 B.C., in which the Persian Empire defea... Read More »

How many Persians died at Thermopylae?

Approximately 20,000 Persians, lead by Xerxes, died over the course of three days at the Battle of Thermopylae during Persia's second invasion of Greece, according to the ancient Greek historian He... Read More »

In which year was the Battle of Trafalgar?

The decisive naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars, the Battle of Trafalgar, was fought between the a British fleet under Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson and a combined Franco-Spanish fleet under Admiral ... Read More »