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|
|ancient 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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