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  1. Hello everyone, In order to include Pericles information in the game, the grammar must be correct. I have already corrected some errors (including those that Itms has marked me) but certainly I didn't notice many other errors. I will be very grateful to anyone who will inform me of any mistakes in order to correct them and be able to provide a high quality work to 0 A.D ! Periklēs (c. 495 – 429 BC) Pericles was one of the most influential Greek statesmen and the predominant leader of the golden age of Athens. Appeared in the political scene as the most active member during the trail against Cimon (463 B.C.), Pericles political activity lasted for about forty years during which he held the strategia for at least fifteen consecutive years. While under Pericles political predominance the Delian League (constituent base of Athenian Empire) reached its zenith, however, the politician is mainly remembered for his building program, which aimed to transform Athens into the cultural capital of the Hellenic world. Pericles program of public works focused on a first stage on defensive buildings with the construction of the Long Wall between Athens and the two demos of Piraeus and Phalerum. Hero Aura: When garrisoned in a structure, he galvanizes its defenders, +2 garrison raged unit To carry on the urban planning works in Athens, Pericles summoned artisans and artists from cities of the Delian League. Monuments as the Propilei, the Odeîon and Telesterion are testimonies of Pericles commitment in the public sector aimed to affirming the Athenian supremacy. Builder Aura: Building construct 15% faster within his vision. Anyhow, the major contribution given to Athens was the commission of temples as that of Athena Nike and the continuation of works on the Parthenon. Acropolis Aura: Temples are 50 stones chipper during his lifetime. Pericles political parable was that of a democratic leader able to control dêmos but who, over time, had to face a block of opposition that convinced public opinion to condemn Pericles circle of collaborators (Phidias, the sculptor appointed by Pericles to decorate the Parthenon, will die in jail before his sentence). Though opposition struck hard Pericles, only in 430 B.C. a real conflict with dêmos, exhausted from sacrifices of the war, led to the removal of the political leader from the office of strategós. Even though he was re-elected already the following year, however, the plague that spread in Athens during 429 B.C. hit the statesman who died in October of the same year. With the death of Pericles, came the death Athenian Hegemony over Greece. Instead of pursuing his shrewd strategy of controlling the seas while depending her walls, Athens, at the urgings of demagogues, set out on a disastrous campaign into Sicily that led to her eventual defeat by Sparta. Thanks
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  3. @Thorfinn the Shallow MindedI agree with you! thanks to this conclusion the article flows better than before @Itms I will surely change the formatting used to write
  4. Hi everyone, In days I have talked with @Itms about a a real in-game encyclopedia for 0 A.D. In particular I worked to recreate an heroes information sheet regarding Pericles ( which in alpha 21 has only information about the gameplay) In this draft I have tryed to put together both historical and gameplay information Periklēs (c. 495 – 429 BC) Pericles was one of the most influential Greek statesman and predominant leader of Athenian golden age. Appeared in the political scene as the most active member during the trail against the general Cimon (463 B.C.), Pericles political activity lasted for about forty years during which he held the strategia for at least fifteen consecutive years. While under Pericles political predominance the Delian League (constituent base of Athenian Empire) reaches its zenith, however, the statesman is especially remembered for his building program which aim to transform Athens into the cultural capital of the Hellenic world. Pericles program of public works was in a first phase focused on defensive building with the construction of the Long Wall between Athens and the two demos of Piraeus and Phalerum Hero Aura: When garrisoned in a structure, it galvanizes its defenders, + 2 garrison raged unit To carry out urban planning works in Athens, Pericles summon artisans and artists from the cities of the Delian League. Monuments as the Propilei, the Odeîon and Telesterion are testimonies of the Pericles commitment in the public sector in order to affirm the Athenian supremacy. Builder Aura: Building construct 15% faster within his vision Anyhow, the major contribution gives to Athens was the commitments of temples as that of Athena Nike and the continuation of works on the Parthenon (completed c. 432 B.C) monuments symbol of the Acropolis restructuring program promoted by Pericles Acropolis Aura: Temples are 50 stones chipper during his lifetime Pericles political parable is that of a democratic leader able to control the dêmos but who over time he had to face a block of opposition that convinced the public opinion to condemn Pericles circle of collaborators (Phidias the sculptor appointed by Pericles to decorate the Parthenon will die in jail before his sentence). Though the opposition struck hard Pericles, only in 430 B.C. there was a real conflict with the dêmos who exhausted from the sacrifices of the war remove the statesman from the office of strategós. Even though he was re-elected already the following year, however, the plague which spread in Athens during 429 B.C. hit the statesman who would die in October of the same year. With the death of Pericles ending the so called the Golden Age of Athens which in the following years will face a gruelling clash against Sparta that will lead to the disintegration of the Athenian Empire. All advices, suggestions and corrections are welcome!
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