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The·mis·to·cles

 (thə-mĭs′tə-klēz′) 525?-460? bc.
Athenian military and political leader. After persuading the Athenians to build a navy, he led the new fleet to victory over Persia in the Battle of Salamis (480).
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Themistocles

(θəˈmɪstəˌkliːz)
n
(Biography) ?527–?460 bc, Athenian statesman, who was responsible for the Athenian victory against the Persians at Salamis (480). He was ostracized in 470
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The•mis•to•cles

(θəˈmɪs təˌkliz)

n.
527?–460? B.C., Athenian statesman.
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