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    • snorty 21 dec
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    • Common misconception. There was about 3000 which is still alot vs 180,000 persian ground forces, although leonidas sent small armies of men home for showing fear. This battle didnt influence the Greek world as much as pop culture gives it credit for, that came within the days after when the Greek
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    • Yes... but... He actually didn't. He and his 300 were killed... Xerxies overran over 2 thirds of the Greek states. It took Phillip of Macedon and his son Alexander to turn it all back around centuries later.
      JimDude 21 dec
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    • Leonidas lead a combined force of 6000 thebans, athenians, thespians, and other Greeks, led by his guard of 300 Spartans, against a Persian army of between 100,000-350,000 men. The Greeks, thanks to their heavy armor, geography of the battlefield, and phalanx formation, held out against the best...
      Cooler_Jesus 21 dec
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    • Deepiner 21 dec
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    • Historically he was backed with 7000-10000 other Greeks from other city states
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    • The Spartans each had a KD of like 150 tho
      DoctorRobert 22 dec
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    • trollhead13 21 dec
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    • It was actually 298. One got injured in the eye and sent home. The other fell behind in the march and missed the fight. However one commited suicide because they saw themselves as a disgrace for not being allowed to defend Thermopylae, and the other regained glory when he died in a diffrent battle.
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    • Persians when Leonidas thinks he can hold off an entire 1 million Man Army with only 300 soldiers
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    • How the FUCK is Christmas next week
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    • Help a brother out and snapchat pit_mama2019 and ask her why shes an unfaithful whore.
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    • When a historical post get featured on iFunny all of the comments are people who’ve taken one year of AP World history saying: Uhhh actually *snorts and pushes up glasses* that’s not true.
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    • He didn’t actually hold them off. That and, yes, there were only 300 Spartans, but they led thousands of Greeks from different city states
      Monday_Brain 21 dec
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    • Quick question. Does a peanut butter and jelly cookie exist? If not they should make one. Also yes I’m super baked right now.
      kevy3015 21 dec
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    • i touched my first pair of boobs today
      joshyy 21 dec
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    • Yall are scared that when you die, you will be forgotten? Well not to make things worse, but this is the kind of shit you have to pull to get remembered. Good luck.
      Knife_Review 21 dec
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    • To be fair his warriors were some of the most top trained killers out their
      1320BK1 21 dec
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    • Herodotus says the Persians were 300 myriad, which is 10,000, so that would be 3,000,000, but he probably mistook a myriarchy for a chiliarchy, which is 1000. 300,000 is a much more likely number
      Yak_Famous 21 dec
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    • He would’ve succeeded if it wasn’t for that traitor
      _Volunteer_ 21 dec
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    • Tfw you watched a documentary over the battle and completely debunks all spartan-badassery that 300 painted them in.
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    • And he almost fucking did
      thardin123 21 dec
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    • Actually, he had a bunch of helots (slaves) and many soldiers from other city-states. Inffact, Leonidas was planning to retreat, but ended up being encircled and was like "fuck it".
      fetuschef 21 dec
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    • When the American people say we’re gonna crowdfund the wall ourselves
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    • And then he fucking did
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    • That is beyond wrong. First off there was only 25000 Persians. Second while there were only 300 Spartans under Leonidas there were about 5700 other Greeks from spartan allies. Finally Leonidas did not anticipate winning, he only tried to hold them off long enough for the Athenians to prep their trap
      rangerjl 21 dec
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    • Ok but they weren’t supposed to win, this was called the battle of Thermopylae, depicted in movies like “300” on Netflix and such, but they were meant to give Athens and other members of the Delian league time to prepare and time to arm. They actually were successful in that aspect and won the war
      theboss9753 21 dec
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    • Fun fact: the Greeks recorded that Persia had 1 million soldiers but they liked to hugely exaggerate numbers to make themselves look better. It’s more likely it was only around ~150,000-200,000
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    • There wasn't just 300 Spartans, they had 7-8 thousand troops from all across Greece and the persians didn't have one million troops, they had 120-300 thousand.
      CattFoxx 21 dec
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    • Numbers were closer to 2,000-4,000 grecians vs 40,000-80,000 Persians. Still just as incredible.
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    • That movie was inaccurate. There were 300 Spartans but they each had at least two servants who occasionally followed them into battle. Also there were several thousand other Greeks from different regions who fought alongside King Leonidas and the 300 who get virtually no credit
      Mikescool16 21 dec
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    • If I can hold off all 4 houses of the Roman Empire with just 10 units of pikes, archers and Calvary and come out with minimal casualties you bet your ass I can hold off one million men with a mere 300
      ItsFrenzius 21 dec
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    • Too bad he was actually trying to hold off 500,000 with around 6,000
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    • There were actually 298 Spartans. One named Aristodemus just ran back home, and another named Pantites was sent to Thessaly to get reinforcements. Pantites was so upset he hung himself, and Aristodemus was named “the coward” and was treated as such (it’s kinda neat if you look it up)
      _Kiwi 21 dec
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    • It was 50,000 but ok
      tmacalitious 21 dec
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    • 80% of stories in snap maps are Muslims listening too Muslim rap
      Lewd_Knight_ 21 dec
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    • I’m very sick at the moment and I’m using the bathroom for the 20th time today and I was just thinking my piss is starting to burn, then I saw that top comment, crazy ass coincidence
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    • Every time a historical meme comes out it has to do with what km learning in world civ. Funky
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    • raspbairy 21 dec
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    • 300 spartans and there 6700 friends.
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    • It may not have been 300 initially, but when those that wished to left when the betrayal of Ephialtes was discovered, I'm pretty sure around 300 Spartans were left.
      Inusta 21 dec
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    • I mean, it was significantly more than 300 men, but "Around 7,000" probably wouldn't have been as good a movie title
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    • The weren't men they were Persians
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    • You know what shocks me is that some guy had to witness all of this and write it down for record keeping in hopes someone in the future finds it.
      OctavianX 21 dec
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    • And he would have gotten away with it too! If it wasn’t for that meddling Ephialtes and his TrEAsOn
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    • Well truthfully, Leonidas led an army of 6-7k greeks that included 300 spartans. Still got his ass beat though.
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    • I'm 39 and my gf is 19. When we went out to eat at a resturant it was so annoying people called me pedo. Perv. Said I should be ashamed. It really ruined are 10 year anniversary
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    • Yeah so real quick he didn’t tell the council, that’s why he could only take 300 okay thanks
      Branthoover 21 dec
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    • ATTENTION EVERYONE HENTAI HAVEN HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN!
      CruSadist 21 dec
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    • Bruh 21 dec
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    • YOOOO WTF HENTAIHAVEN IS GONE
      _Mango 21 dec
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    • why does no one talk about the Battle of Marathon where 10,000 Athenians decimated 130,000 Persians and only suffered around 200 loses.
      negligence 21 dec
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    • Condoms are for fucking pussies
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    • Fun fact: the Spartans were actually sadistic slavers who were merciless and brutal. The Persians were a forward thinking, religiously and ethnically tolerant, and detested slavery. Wack how history is remembered
      montyt 21 dec
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    • I failed the fuck outta my Spanish exam fellas.
      oPosiidon 21 dec
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    • I can’t wait for this week to be over
      Stephoag 21 dec
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    • so many fucking bots and crashes, I'm about fucking done with this app
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    • Lmao this meme dumb as fuck the spartan council was highly against it
      geoffstabem 21 dec
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    • But those were no mere men they were 300 lacedaemonian warriors
      oracle056 21 dec
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    • It was 300 against the 10,000 immortals but whatever
      21Crumpet 21 dec
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    • It was actually like 100,000
      12345839 21 dec
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    • Have you ever smoked a cigarette in your car and tried to throw it out the window and a minute later you smell something and turn around to find your grandma fingering herself in the back seat?
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    • He was leading an army of many more Greeks from various cities like Thessalonia and Corinth, but the last bastion fell on the 300 of his original Spartans that he commanded. They defended against Persia at Thermopylae in time to let Themistocles position his fleet
      PurpleStuph 22 dec
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    • The phalanx was like bringing a nuke to a stick fight in its time
      bbbbbbbb999 22 dec
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    • And they would have one too if xerxes wasn't a dishonorable little bitch. Not only did he use a hidden path told to him by a traitor to surround the Greeks, by he was still losing that regardless so he pulled his army away and rained a cloud of arrows that blacked out the sun
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    • THEY BURNED IT DOWN BUT THEY ALL LEFT THE CITY, BIGGEST SKRRT IN HISTORY
      Laithoassaf 21 dec
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    • that movie had some actual quotes from the real Spartans, they loved one liners I guess
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    • Don’t forget the 700 other Greek soldiers
      ALavaLamp 21 dec
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      FricksTough 21 dec
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    • We watched the 300 earlier this year in my social studies class
      thewokenone 21 dec
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    • MrDelonge 21 dec
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    • 200,000, but okay
      GerbilKing 21 dec
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    • My ifunny got the hat and my shit didn’t crash👏👏 good job ifunny
      iBait 21 dec
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    • 300,000 Persians vs 7,000 Greek soldiers fronted by 300 Spartans and led by Leonidas
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    • And he almost did
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    • What fast food places or convenience stores have the best cinnamon rolls?
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      Nigging 21 dec
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    • This place has been overrun by noobs i just want the first feature chat back
      Soymilk 21 dec
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    • Damn good day to be an American
      Catholic 21 dec
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    • Only 490 BC kids who fought in the Greco-Persian wars will get this
      DragonRune 21 dec
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    • “I never said any of that shit” -Albert Einstein
      Pacman01 21 dec
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    • 300,000* not one million
      epicgmer 21 dec
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