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 (mĭl-tī′ə-dēz′) c. 550-489 bc.
Athenian general who defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon (490 bc).
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(Biography) ?540–?489 bc, Athenian general, who defeated the Persians at Marathon (490)
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(mɪlˈtaɪ əˌdiz)

c540–488? B.C., Athenian general.
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