Aristagoras, Tyrant of Miletus, receiving the order for the Ionians to revolt against Persian rule, uncovering the message tattoed on the scalp of a slave by shaving off his hair
|Caption||Aristagoras, Tyrant of Miletus, receiving the order for the Ionians to revolt against Persian rule, uncovering the message tattoed on the scalp of a slave by shaving off his hair. Illustration from Griechische Geschichte by M von Witzleben (Meidinger's Jugendverlag, GMBH, Berlin, c1908).|
|Artist||Max Wulff (after)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||ancient history historical Greek Greece Aristagoras receiving order Ionians Ionian Revolt Persia uncovering revealing hidden message scalp slave shaving hair head 5th Century BC rebellion uprising communication costume dress tyrant Miletus|
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