anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is Themistocles important to Greek history? He freed all the Greek slaves. He led the Greeks to victory at the Battle of Hemius. He led the Greek army against Xerxes. He encouraged Greece to create a strong navy.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
HE encouraged greece to a strong navy, he was at the battle of thermopalye, and stop the persians from entering into greece and attacking the 300 Spartans from behind.

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