Definition of Battle of Plataea
1. Noun. A defeat of the Persian army by the Greeks at Plataea in 479 BC.
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Literary usage of Battle of Plataea
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1. A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great by John Bagnell Bury (1913)
"battle of Plataea The field on which the fate of Greece was decided is bounded on August, the north by the river Asopus, on the south by Mount ..."
2. Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke (1818)
"... Citadel— Platana Village — Asopus — Source of the River — Traditions of the battle of Plataea—Condition of the Inhabitants—Camp of Mardonius—Situation ..."
3. Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece, During the Middle of the Fourth by Jean-Jacques Barthélemy, Jean Denis Barbié du Bocage (1825)
"... shall have fought for Greece, and I will decimate all those which * See the plan of the battle of Plataea. + Above a mile. 1 Herodot. lib. 9. c. 15. ..."
4. The History and Antiquities of the Doric Race by Karl Otfried Müller (1830)
"When Pausanias, with the assistance of the allies, had won the battle of Plataea, he sacrificed in the market-place of Plataea to Jupiter Eleutherius, ..."