For Athens


In the 5th century BC, during the Greco-Persian wars, the Persian Empire set out to subjugate the Greek city-states. On the Greek side, one man had to prove his worth and defend his ideals. Opposite him was a Persian king bent on authority and obsessed with extending the boundaries of his empire. The overwhelming scale of the Persian forces came up against the bravery of a modest city: Athens. (2 x 52m)


1. Victory at Marathon

2. Divine Salamis