König Leonidas gelang es mit seinen Männern aus Sparta im Jahr v. Chr. unter großen Verlusten, den griechischen Rückzug am Engpass der Thermopylen. Aus dem Film ist ein Figma, der große König von Sparta Leonidas. Mit Hilfe der glatte, aber dennoch beweglich Gelenke von Figma handeln können Sie. In dieser Schlacht blockierte eine griechische Streitmacht (etwa Mann, darunter Spartiaten) den Thermopylenpass, um das persische Reichsheer mit.
Thermopylen 480 v. Chr.: Leonidas und sein Opfer: Der Film "300"Aus dem Film ist ein Figma, der große König von Sparta Leonidas. Mit Hilfe der glatte, aber dennoch beweglich Gelenke von Figma handeln können Sie. Trotzdem zieht Leonidas mit ausgesuchten Spartiaten, von denen jeder bereits einen männlichen Stammhalter gezeugt hat, „auf Wanderschaft“. Sein Ziel. Art Posters, - MOVIE POSTER - KING LEONIDAS Gerard Butler - NEWArt.
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Ephialtes Rodrigo Santoro Xerxes Giovani Cimmino Pleistarchos as Giovani Antonio Cimmino Stephen McHattie Loyalist Greg Kramer Ephor 1 Alex Ivanovici Ephor 2 Kelly Craig Edit Storyline In the Battle of Thermopylae of BC an alliance of Greek city-states fought the invading Persian army in the mountain pass of Thermopylae.
Taglines: Pledged to crush! Edit Did You Know? Trivia Only 2 gallons of fake blood was used. The rest was added in post production.
Goofs Several characters are seen wearing contact lenses. Quotes [ first lines ] Dilios : When the boy was born, like all Spartans, he was inspected.
Crazy Credits The opening Warner Bros. Almost everything that is known about Leonidas comes from the work of the Greek historian Herodotus c.
Leonidas was the son of the Spartan king Anaxandrides died c. He became king when his older half-brother Cleomenes I also a son of Anaxandrides died under violent, and slightly mysterious, circumstances in B.
As king, Leonidas was a military leader as well as a political one. Like all male Spartan citizens, Leonidas had been trained mentally and physically since childhood in preparation to become a hoplite warrior.
Hoplites were armed with a round shield, spear and iron short sword. In battle, they used a formation called a phalanx, in which rows of hoplites stood directly next to each other so that their shields overlapped with one another.
During a frontal attack, this wall of shields provided significant protection to the warriors behind it. If the phalanx broke or if the enemy attacked from the side or the rear, however, the formation became vulnerable.
Although these many city-states vied with one another for control of land and resources, they also banded together to defend themselves from foreign invasion.
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Additionally, Dorieus lost his life on an expedition in Sicily. This meant that Leonidas was the eldest surviving son of Alexandridas, and he was the best person to succeed his bother.
Leonidas I of Sparta. The new king Leonidas did not have an easy task ahead of him. Several years earlier, the Persians under King Darius I had invaded Greece, primarily in order to punish the city-states of Athens and Eretria, who had supported the cities of Ionia during their revolt against Persian rule.
The invasion ended with the decisive Athenian victory at the Battle of Marathon in BC, but it was not long before Darius began raising a huge new army with which he intended to return with full force.
The threat of another Persian invasion threw the Greek states into alliance though many were still technically at war with each other.
Darius was unable to launch an offensive in Greece immediately because of rebellions in other sectors of his empire, and in BC, while he was quelling these, he was killed in battle.
His son, Xerxes , ascended to the throne. By BC, Xerxes had built up an enormous army of some , men and a navy of ships. He was now ready.
In late August or early September of BC, Xerxes launched his offensive upon Greece in what is now known as the Battle of Thermopylae.
The Battle of Thermopylae is the most famous battle of the Second Persian Invasion of Greece and one of the most famous battles in European ancient history.
Unlike other battles, however, it was not a victory for the Greeks, but a defeat. Its fame is derived from being one of the most courageous last stands by the vastly outnumbered defending army of Greek city states, led by King Leonidas of Sparta, against the invading Persians under King Xerxes.
It took place in a narrow pass between the mountains of central Greece and the sea, called Thermopylae.
This was a strategic move on the part of the Greeks. The narrowness of the pass negated the advantage the Persians had in numbers.
Although the Spartans were the most famous combatants on the Greek side, they were not the only Greeks present at the battle.
One has to bear in mind that the Spartans had other Greek allies with them, including the Thespians, Thebans, soldiers from Mycenae , and other Greek states.
Herodotus gives the actual number of Peloponnesians at the battle alone as 3, or 4,, and a grand total of over 5, Greeks. Modern estimates, however, suggest that the Greek forces numbered at around 20,, which included the helots , retainers, and auxiliaries.
The number of invading Persians is disputed at being between , to 2. Herodotus reports that before going into battle at Thermopylae, Leonidas consulted with the famous Oracle of Delphi , who issued a grim prophecy:.
See, rumor has it the Athenians have already turned you down, and if those philosophers and, uh, boy-lovers have found that kind of nerve, then Theron : We must be diplomatic.
King Leonidas : [ignoring Theron] King Leonidas : Then what must a king do to save his world when the very laws he has sworn to protect force him to do nothing?
Queen Gorgo : It is not a question of what a Spartan citizen should do, nor a husband, nor a king. Instead, ask yourself, my dearest love, what should a free man do?
King Leonidas : Children, gather round! No retreat, no surrender; that is Spartan law. And by Spartan law we will stand and fight A new age has begun.
An age of freedom, and all will know, that Spartans gave their last breath to defend it! Spartan King Leonidas : A new age has begun, an age of freedom.
And all will know that Spartans gave their last breath to defend it. King Leonidas : In the end, a Spartan's true strength is the warrior next to him.
So give respect and honor to him, and it will be returned to you. First, you fight with your head Queen Gorgo : Then you fight with your heart. Queen Gorgo : A Persian messenger awaits you.
King Leonidas : Do not forget today's lesson. Pleistarchos : Respect and honor. King Leonidas : Respect and honor. King Leonidas : My heart is broken for your loss.
Captain : Heart? I have filled my heart with hate. King Leonidas : Good. Ephor 1 : Sparta wages no war at the time of the Carneia.
King Leonidas : Sparta will burn! Her men will die at the arms of their women and children will be slaves or worse! Spartan King Leonidas : Unless I miss my guess, we're in for one wild night.
Theron : What can we do? Sparta will need sons. Ephor 2 : Trust the gods, Leonidas. King Leonidas : I'd prefer you trusted your reason.
One theory provided by Herodotus is that Leonidas sent away the remainder of his men because he cared about their safety.
The King would have thought it wise to preserve those Greek troops for future battles against the Persians, but he knew that the Spartans could never abandon their post on the battlefield.
The soldiers who stayed behind were to protect their escape against the Persian cavalry. Herodotus himself believed that Leonidas gave the order because he perceived the allies to be disheartened and unwilling to encounter the danger to which his own mind was made up.
He therefore chose to dismiss all troops except the Thebans, Thespians and helots and save the glory for the Spartans. Of the small Greek force, attacked from both sides, all were killed except for the Thebans, who surrendered to Xerxes without a fight.
When Leonidas was killed, the Spartans retrieved his body after driving back the Persians four times. Herodotus says that Xerxes' orders were to have Leonidas' head cut off and put on a stake and his body crucified.
This was considered sacrilegious. A hero cult of Leonidas survived at Sparta until the Antonine era 2nd century AD.
A bronze statue of Leonidas was erected at Thermopylae in Leonidas was the name of an Epic poem written by Richard Glover , which originally appeared in It went on to appear in four other editions, being expanded from 9 books to He is a central figure in Steven Pressfield 's novel Gates of Fire.
He appears as the protagonist of Frank Miller 's comic book series It presents a fictionalized version of Leonidas and the Battle of Thermopylae, as does the feature film adapted from it.
Helena P. Schrader has produced a three-part biographical novel on Leonidas. Leonidas of Sparta: A Boy of the Agoge ,  Leonidas of Sparta: A Peerless Peer ,  and Leonidas of Sparta: A Heroic King.
Leonidas serves an important role to the plot of the video game Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Leonidas disambiguation.
King of Sparta who led Greek forces to a last stand at the Battle of Thermopylae BC. King of Sparta. Main article: Battle of Thermopylae. Further information: Battle of Thermopylae in popular culture and Sparta in popular culture.