Alexandros Mavrokordatos was a dominant personality in the ranks, a diplomat and politician who played an important role in the political life of the country during the Revolution and in the first post-revolutionary decades.
Epaminondas was a Theban general and politician of the 4th century BC, who freed Thebes from Spartan hegemony and turned it into a powerful city-state with a prominent position in the Greek political scene.
Demetrius I the Poliorcist was one of Alexander the Great’s successors, a historical figure in the bloody wars that erupted around the domination of the Eastern Mediterranean territories after the death of the Macedonian general.
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