Which of the following was a cause of war between the Greek and the Persian empires in the fifth century BCE? A. The Persian Empire was punishing the Greeks for their support of a Greek uprising in Persian territory. B. The Persian Empire was attempting to conquer Egypt. C. All Greeks were attempting to declare independence from Persia. D. The Greeks were attempting to conquer Babylon.
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The Persian Empire was punishing the Greeks for their support of a Greek uprising in Persian territory was a cause of war between the Greek and the Persian empires in the fifth century BCE.
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The Persian Empire was punishing the Greeks for their support of a Greek uprising in Persian territory was a cause of war between the Greek and the Persian empires in the fifth century BCE.
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