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Eurymedon was one of the principal rivers on the south coast of Asia Minor.

At its mouth in 466 B.C. the Athenian general Kimon defeated both the Persian land and sea forces. Both victories were decisive, ending the Persian threat to Greece for several decades. In the sea battle the Athenians captured several hundred triremes, and sunk many more.

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