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    [synopsis] => In 480 BC, a huge Persian  army, led by the inimitable King Xerxes, entered the mountain pass of Thermopylae  as it marched on Greece, intending to conquer the land with little difficulty.  But the Greeks-led by King Leonidas and a small army of Spartans-took the  battle to the Persians at Thermopylae, and halted their advance-almost.    It is one  of history's most acclaimed battles, one of civilization's greatest last  stands. And in Thermopylae, renowned classical historian Paul Cartledge looks  anew this history-altering moment and, most impressively, shows how its  repercussions have bearing on us even today. The invasion of Europe by Xerxes  and his army redefined culture, kingdom, and class. The valiant efforts of a  few thousand Greek warriors, facing a huge onrushing Persian army at the narrow  pass at Thermopylae, changed the way generations to come would think about  combat, courage, and death.|Paul Cartledge is the inaugural A.G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Clare College. He is also Hellenic Parliament Global Distinguished Professor in the History and Theory of Democracy at New York University. He written and edited over 20 books, many of which have been translated into foreign languages. He is an honorary citizen of modern Sparta and holds the Gold Cross of the Order of Honor awarded by the President of Greece.
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