Aristagoras of Miletus
Author(s) : Duplouy Alain (8/11/2002)
For citation: Duplouy Alain, "Aristagoras of Miletus", 2002,Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, Asia MinorURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=7487>
Tyrant of Miletus (511/510-494 B.C.). He tried unsuccessfully to conquer Naxos and he was the main instigator for the Greek revolt in Ionia.
Date and Place of Death
Shortly after 494 BC-Thrace (?)
Date and Place of Birth
1. Family - Connections with the Persian Aristocracy
2. The Siege of Naxos
3. The Revolt Against the Persians
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