The Wars of the Delian League (477–449 BC) were a series of campaigns fought between the Delian League of Athens and her allies (and later subjects), and the Achaemenid Empire of Persia. These conflicts represent a continuation of the Greco-Persian Wars, after the Ionian Revolt and the first and second Persian invasions of Greece.

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  • حصار بروسوبيتيس (حوالي سنة 454 ق. م.) هو أحد معارك الاتحاد الديلي الإغريقي الذي قادته أثينا ضد الإمبراطورية الفارسية، ويعد نهاية الحملة التي شنها ذلك الاتحاد على مصر، التي كانت تحت الحكم الفارسي آنذاك. حيث تراجعت سفن الاتحاد الديلي إلى جزيرة بروسوبيتيس في دلتا النيل ورست عندها ، فضرب القائد الفارسي ميغابيزوس حصاراً حول الجزيرة لمدة 18 شهراً، استطاع في نهايته تجفيف مجرى النيل من حول الجزيرة عن طريق حفر قنوات لتحويل المجرى، وبذلك استطاع "ضم الجزيرة إلى الأرض المحيطة". (ar)
  • Les guerres de la Ligue de Délos sont une série de campagnes militaires combattu entre la Ligue de Délos d'Athènes et ses alliés et l'Empire achéménide de Perse. Ces conflits représentent une continuation des guerres médiques et s'étale sur la période 477 av. J.-C. et 449 av. J.-C., après la révolte de l'Ionie et les premières et seconde invasions perses de la Grèce. * Portail de l’histoire militaire Portail de l’histoire militaire * Portail de la Grèce antique Portail de la Grèce antique (fr)
  • Le guerre della lega delio-attica (477-449 a.C.) furono una serie di campagne militari condotte dalla lega delio-attica, guidata da Atene, e i suoi alleati, contro l'impero achemenide: questi conflitti rappresentano una continuazione delle guerre persiane. L'alleanza tra le poleis greche, incentrata su Sparta e Atene, che aveva vinto la seconda guerra persiana, aveva inizialmente sfruttato questo successo catturando le guarnigioni persiane di Sesto (479) e Bisanzio (478), in Tracia.Dopo la conquista di Bisanzio, gli Spartani scelsero di non continuare la guerra, mentre Atene decise di andare avanti, costituendo attorno a sé una nuova alleanza, conosciuta come "lega delio-attica". Nel corso dei successivi trent'anni, Atene avrebbe progressivamente assunto una posizione più egemonica nella lega, che gradualmente si evolse in una sorta di impero ateniese. Nel 470 a.C. la lega di Delo fece una campagna in Tracia e nell'Egeo per rimuovere le rimanenti guarnigioni persiane dalla regione, comandata soprattutto dal politico ateniese Cimone. Nella prima parte del decennio successivo, Cimone iniziò una campagna in Asia Minore, cercando di rafforzarvi la posizione greca: nella battaglia dell'Eurimedonte, in Panfilia, gli Ateniesi e la flotta alleata ottennero una doppia vittoria, distruggendo la flotta persiana e poi sbarcando dalle loro navi per attaccare e sbaragliare l'esercito nemico. Verso la fine del 460 a.C. gli Ateniesi presero la decisione ambiziosa di sostenere una rivolta nella satrapia egiziana dell'impero persiano. Anche se le forze greche avevano ottenuto un successo iniziale, non furono in grado di catturare la guarnigione persiana a Menfi, nonostante un assedio triennale; i Persiani poi contrattaccarono, comandati da Megabizo, e la forza ateniese fu posta sotto assedio per un anno e mezzo, per poi essere distrutta. Questo disastro, insieme con la guerra in corso in Grecia, dissuase gli Ateniesi dal riprendere il conflitto con la Persia. Nel 451 a.C., quando in Grecia fu concordata una tregua, Cimone fu in grado di guidare una spedizione a Cipro. Tuttavia, mentre assediava Kition, Cimone morì, e la forza ateniese decise di ritirarsi, ottenendo un'altra doppia vittoria nella battaglia di Salamina in Cipro al fine di tornare in patria.Questa campagna segnò la fine delle ostilità tra la lega e la Persia, e alcuni storici antichi sostengono che sia stato concordato un trattato di pace, la pace di Callia, per cementare la fine definitiva delle guerre tra Greci e Persiani. (it)
  • Осада Кития (450 до н. э.) — осада войсками Делосского союза кипрского города Кития в ходе греко-персидских войн. (ru)
  • The Wars of the Delian League (477–449 BC) were a series of campaigns fought between the Delian League of Athens and her allies (and later subjects), and the Achaemenid Empire of Persia. These conflicts represent a continuation of the Greco-Persian Wars, after the Ionian Revolt and the first and second Persian invasions of Greece. The Greek alliance, centered on Sparta and Athens, that had defeated the second Persian invasion had initially followed up this success by capturing the Persian garrisons of Sestos and Byzantium, both in Thrace, in 479 and 478 BC respectively. After the capture of Byzantium, the Spartans elected not to continue the war effort, and a new alliance, commonly known as the Delian League, was formed, with Athens very much the dominant power. Over the next 30 years, Athens would gradually assume a more hegemonic position over the league, which gradually evolved into the Athenian Empire. Throughout the 470s BC, the Delian League campaigned in Thrace and the Aegean to remove the remaining Persian garrisons from the region, primarily under the command of the Athenian politician Cimon. In the early part of the next decade, Cimon began campaigning in Asia Minor, seeking to strengthen the Greek position there. At the Battle of the Eurymedon in Pamphylia, the Athenians and allied fleet achieved a stunning double victory, destroying a Persian fleet and then landing the ships' marines to attack and rout the Persian army. After this battle, the Persians took an essentially passive role in the conflict, anxious not to risk battle where possible. Towards the end of the 460s BC, the Athenians took the ambitious decision to support a revolt in the Egyptian satrapy of the Persian empire. Although the Greek task force achieved initial success, they were unable to capture the Persian garrison in Memphis, despite a 3 year long siege. The Persians then counterattacked, and the Athenian force was itself besieged for 18 months, before being wiped out. This disaster, coupled with ongoing warfare in Greece, dissuaded the Athenians from resuming conflict with Persia. In 451 BC, a truce was agreed in Greece, and Cimon was able to lead an expedition to Cyprus. However, whilst besieging Kition Cimon died, and the Athenian force decided to withdraw, winning another double victory at the Battle of Salamis-in-Cyprus in order to extricate themselves. This campaign marked the end of hostilities between the Delian League and Persia, and some ancient historians claim that a peace treaty, the Peace of Callias, was agreed to cement the final end of the Greco-Persian Wars. (en)
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  • The ruins of Delos, location of the treasury of the Delian League until 454 BC
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  • حصار بروسوبيتيس (حوالي سنة 454 ق. م.) هو أحد معارك الاتحاد الديلي الإغريقي الذي قادته أثينا ضد الإمبراطورية الفارسية، ويعد نهاية الحملة التي شنها ذلك الاتحاد على مصر، التي كانت تحت الحكم الفارسي آنذاك. حيث تراجعت سفن الاتحاد الديلي إلى جزيرة بروسوبيتيس في دلتا النيل ورست عندها ، فضرب القائد الفارسي ميغابيزوس حصاراً حول الجزيرة لمدة 18 شهراً، استطاع في نهايته تجفيف مجرى النيل من حول الجزيرة عن طريق حفر قنوات لتحويل المجرى، وبذلك استطاع "ضم الجزيرة إلى الأرض المحيطة". (ar)
  • Les guerres de la Ligue de Délos sont une série de campagnes militaires combattu entre la Ligue de Délos d'Athènes et ses alliés et l'Empire achéménide de Perse. Ces conflits représentent une continuation des guerres médiques et s'étale sur la période 477 av. J.-C. et 449 av. J.-C., après la révolte de l'Ionie et les premières et seconde invasions perses de la Grèce. * Portail de l’histoire militaire Portail de l’histoire militaire * Portail de la Grèce antique Portail de la Grèce antique (fr)
  • Осада Кития (450 до н. э.) — осада войсками Делосского союза кипрского города Кития в ходе греко-персидских войн. (ru)
  • Le guerre della lega delio-attica (477-449 a.C.) furono una serie di campagne militari condotte dalla lega delio-attica, guidata da Atene, e i suoi alleati, contro l'impero achemenide: questi conflitti rappresentano una continuazione delle guerre persiane. (it)
  • The Wars of the Delian League (477–449 BC) were a series of campaigns fought between the Delian League of Athens and her allies (and later subjects), and the Achaemenid Empire of Persia. These conflicts represent a continuation of the Greco-Persian Wars, after the Ionian Revolt and the first and second Persian invasions of Greece. (en)
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  • Wars of the Delian League (en)
  • حصار بروسوبيتيس (ar)
  • Guerre della lega delio-attica (it)
  • Guerres de la Ligue de Délos (fr)
  • Осада Кития (ru)
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