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Question of the Day: Ancient History: Greece

Which of these statements about Pausanias is inaccurate?

He was a Spartan.

He was placed in charge of the Greek campaign, after the end of the Persian Wars, to remove Persian influence from the Greek-speaking world.

He was accused of conspiring with the Persians by his political rivals.

He led the Greek forces to victory against the Persians at the Battle of Plataea.

He led the defense of Syracuse from the Carthaginian Empire.

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