Samians

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Samian War - Rebellion
... independent missions, leaving only 44 to face the Samian fleet of 50 triremes and 20 transports ... battle off the island of Tragia, the Athenians were victorious, and the Samians soon found themselves blockaded by land and sea ... In his absence the Samians made a sally and drove the Athenians off ...
Syloson
... was holding rule but decided to give back power to the Samians and established a democracy ... The Samians had welcomed Syloson when we came for the good legacy his brother had left ... the Persian commander Otanes, against Darius's orders, slew many Samians ...
Samos Province - History - Ottoman Rule - Greek Revolution
... The Samians successfully repulsed three Ottoman attempts to recapture the island in summer 1821, in July 1824, when Greek naval victories off Samos and at Gerontas averted the threat, and ... The Samians refused to accept their re-subordination to the Sultan, and Logothetis declared Samos to be an independent state, governed as before under the provisions of the 1821 ... The Samians still refused to accept this decision until an Ottoman fleet enforced it in May 1834, forcing the revolutionary leadership and a part of ...
Scythes
... This offer had been accepted by a large number of Samians, together with some exiles from Miletus ... Meanwhile, the Samians were persuaded by Anaxilas of Rhegium to take advantage of Scythes' absence, and occupy the city of Zancle itself ... However, Hippocrates proved to be just as untrustworthy as the Samians ...
Samos Province - History - Early and Classical Antiquity
... was a center of Ionian culture and luxury, renowned for its Samian wines and its red pottery (called Samian ware by the Romans) ... This early prosperity of the Samians seems largely due to the island's position near trade-routes, which facilitated the importation of textiles from inner Asia Minor ... The Samians are also credited with having been the first Greeks to reach the Straits of Gibraltar ...