Category:Miltiades the Younger

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  • English: Miltiades the Younger (Greek: Μιλτιάδης ὁ Νεώτερος; c. 550 BC–489 BC) was the step-nephew of Miltiades the Elder. He made himself the tyrant of the Greek colonies on the Thracian Chersonese around 516 BC, forcibly seizing it from his rivals and imprisoning them. He also married Hegesipyle, the daughter of king Olorus of Thrace. His son Cimon was a major Athenian figure of the 470s and 460s BC.
  • Italiano: Milziade il Giovane (Atene, 546 a.C. – Atene, 488 a.C.) è stato un generale greco antico.


Miltiades 
athenian statesman and military hero
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Date of birth540 BC
Athens
Date of death488 BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Athens
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Position held
  • eponymous archon (523 BC – 522 BC)
  • Strategos
Father
  • Cimon Coalemos
Sibling
  • Stesagoras
Child
Spouse
  • Hegesipyle
Work location
Authority control
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