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The Persian Wars successfully united which two civilizations, who united to fight off outside invasions from Persia? A. Athens and Sparta B. Minoans and Mycenaeans C. China and India D. Rome and Turkey
The Persian Wars successfully united Athens and Sparta, who united to fight off outside invasions from Persia.
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The Persian Wars successfully united Athens and Sparta, who united to fight off outside invasions from Persia.
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