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Während König Leonidas mit seiner Leibgarde an den engen Felsschluchten der Thermopylen die erste große Welle der Perserarmee abwehrt, zieht auch General Themistokles seine Truppen zusammen, um die persische Invasion abzuwehren. Nach Xerxes' Sieg. Artemisia brachte darauf alle Ratgeber, Lehrer, Kriegsherren und alle anderen Vertrauten des Gottkönigs Xerxes um und nährte in Xerxes den Wunsch, Athen zu. Artemisia war Dynastin von Halikarnassos im 5. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Sie nahm als Anführerin In Rise of an Empire, dem Sequel der Comicverfilmung , wird Artemisia von Eva Green dargestellt. Die Filmfigur ist allerdings nur eine. mg Artemisia-Extrakt () plus Vitamin C. In dem neuen Film „ – Rise of an Empire“ wird Artemisia I. von Karien als männermordende Amazone vorgestellt. Historisch war sie wohl. Wunderschöne Artikulation Figur des Artemisia-Kriegers 29 cm, eines der Figuren, die man auf Film sehen kann: Die Herkunft eines Imperiums, der der. - Erkunde Susanne Essers Pinnwand „artemisia “ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Eva green, Kriegerin, Amazonen.

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King Darius died approximately four years later in BC of failing health. As you probably guessed, the real Xerxes did not transform into a supernatural God King like in the movie pictured below.

In fact, Xerxes's motivation for his transformation did not even exist in real life, since Themistocles did not kill Xerxes's father at the Battle of Marathon.

This highly fictionalized version of Xerxes comes from the mind of Frank Miller, the creator of the graphic novel and the still unpublished Xerxes comic series.

In the Rise of an Empire movie, a young Artemisia Caitlin Carmichael watches as her family is murdered by a squad of Greek hoplites.

She then spends several years being held as a sex slave in the bowels of a Greek slave ship. She is left to die in the street and is helped by a Persian warrior.

She soon finds herself training with the finest warriors in the Persian Empire, hoping to one day exact revenge on Greece.

This backstory for Artemisia was invented by Frank Miller and the filmmakers to explain the motivations behind Artemisia's ruthless thirst for vengeance in the film.

Ancient Greek historian Herodotus never mentions the king by name in his writings titled The Histories. Little is known about Artemisia's husband except that he died when their son was still a boy.

Following his death, Artemisia became the ruler of the affluent kingdom of Caria. Artemisia I of Caria had a son named Pisindelis not shown in the movie , who was still a boy when his father died and his mother took over as ruler.

Like in the movie, she was an ally of Xerxes and served as a commander in the Persian navy. In real life, Athens and Sparta were indeed at the forefront of the alliance between the thirty Greek city-states.

As the alliance took hold, Themistocles became the most powerful man in Athens. Themistocles had convinced Athens to put every able-bodied man, including the Athenian warriors, on warships to stop the Persians in the Straits of Artemisium, leaving the city of Athens unprotected.

Plutarch writes of the evacuation of Athens in his work Themistocles. The iconic Parthenon that we are familiar with was actually built several decades later to replace the Old Parthenon.

Themistocles had sent a messenger to Xerxes, telling the Persian King that the Greeks intended to flee by ships that were harbored in the isthmus of Corinth.

Unlike in the movie, that messenger was not Ephialtes of Trachis, the disfigured hunchback who had betrayed the Spartans at Thermopylae. The real Ephialtes, who was not a disfigured hunchback, escaped to Thessaly and the Greeks offered a reward for his death.

Thinking that the Greek forces were scattered, weak, and intending to flee, Xerxes believed the messenger and sent in his navy for an easy victory.

To his surprise, his ships encountered the full force of the Greek navy ready to engage in battle. In what has become the most talked about scene in the movie, Artemisia invites Themistocles on board her warship in an attempt to lure him into abandoning Greece and joining her side.

Before he convinces her that he will never abandon Athens, the two engage in a sexual tussle deep below deck that is the closed doors equivalent of any of the movie's turbulent and ferocious battle sequences.

In real life, not surprisingly, there is no record of a sexual encounter ever taking place between Themistocles and Artemisia.

Despite this, the scene will very likely become what Rise of an Empire is remembered for. In the movie, Themistocles tells Artemisia that his only family is the Greek fleet, which he has spent his entire life readying to battle her.

According to the writings of Plutarch, the real Themistocles did have a wife, Archippe, with whom he had three sons: Archeptolis, Polyeuctus, and Cleophantes.

He also had two older sons, Neocles and Diocles. In addition to his sons, Themistocles had five daughters that are mentioned by Plutarch, at least one of whom he had later during a second marriage.

Xerxes watched the battle unfold high atop a nearby cliff on Mount Egaleo. Not shown in the movie, he witnessed Artemisia ramming another ship that had unknowingly crossed her path as she tried to get away from a pursuing Athenian trireme.

Xerxes assumed it was an Athenian vessel that she had smashed through and was so impressed with Artemisia's ferocity in battle that he is reported to have said, "My men fight like women, and my women like men!

In doing so, Artemisia's pursuer gave up chase, believing that she was an ally of the Greeks. Fortunately for Artemisia, the ally ship sunk and its entire crew drowned, leaving no one behind to tell Xerxes the truth.

A look from the real Mount Egaleo that overlooks the Straits of Salamis where the battle took place right.

However, unlike in the film where Artemisia Eva Green demands that Xerxes order the Persian fleet to Salamis to finish off the Greeks, the real Artemisia had actually advised the Persian King Xerxes against the battle, arguing that it is not wise to engage the Greeks at sea.

By this point, Xerxes had already burned the great city of Athens to the ground. Artemisia saw things differently. What so great need is there for you to incur hazard at sea?

Are you not master of Athens, for which you did undertake your expedition? Is not Hellas subject to you? Not a soul now resists your advance…" -The Histories In the end, though Xerxes respected her advice, he still decided to launch a full-scale naval assault in September, BC.

Unfortunately for the Persians, it was the wrong decision and the Battle of Salamis proved to be the turning point in the war.

Like in the Rise of an Empire movie, the Persians were outmaneuvered and outfought by a Greek navy that was better prepared to wage war in the narrow straits between the mainland and the island of Salamis known as the Straits of Salamis.

The Rise of an Empire true story reveals that unlike what is shown in the movie, the real Artemisia did not die at the hands of Themistocles in the Battle of Salamis.

She survived the battle and did not meet her fate while engaging in combat. While Artemisia I of Caria did not perish in battle, it is unclear how she actually died.

One legend reported by Photios, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from to and from to , has Artemisia falling in love with a man named Dardanus.

According to Photios, when Dardanus rejected her, Artemisia threw herself over the rocks of Leucas and was swallowed by the Aegean Sea.

However, some historians argue that this action goes against her nature as a strong-willed conqueror. After being on the losing side of the battle that she had advised the Persian King against, Xerxes once again sought her advice.

This time he acted on it, and he returned home, abandoning his campaign. Artemisia was entrusted with the care of Xerxes's children the illegitimate sons he had taken on the campaign with him.

She accompanied them to the town of Ephesus on the Ionian coast. Despite the Greeks continuing to engage in war for several more years, Artemisia and her people gained favor with the Persian Empire and prospered from the relationship.

As of the release of the Rise of an Empire movie in March of , Frank Miller had not yet completed his sequel to his comic series These Hollywood obligations included acting as co-director for Sin City 2 , due out in August In , Variety reported that Zack Snyder, who directed 's starring Gerard Butler, was interested in directing an adaptation of Frank Miller's follow-up graphic novel Xerxes the original movie was based on Miller's graphic novel She was taken as a sex slave and subsequently left for dead in the streets.

She was rescued and adopted by a Persian emissary. Her lust for vengeance gained the attention of King Darius and he made her a naval commander after she killed many of his enemies.

Themistokles also learns that Leonidas has marched to fight the Persians with only men. Themistokles leads his fleet of fifty warships and several thousand men, which include Scyllias, Scyllias's son Calisto, and Themistokles' right-hand man Aeskylos to the Aegean Sea , starting the Battle of Artemisium.

They ram their ships into the Persian ships, charge them, slaughtering several soldiers before retreating from the sinking Persian ships.

The following day, the Greeks feign a retreat and lead a group of Persian ships into a crevice, where they become stuck.

The Greeks charge the Persian ships from the cliffs above and kill more Persians. Impressed with Themistokles' skills, Artemisia brings him onto her ship where she has sex with him in an attempt to lure him to the Persian side as her second-in-command.

They fight and make love simultaneously. He refuses her offer, causing her to dismiss him. The Persians spill tar into the sea and send suicide bombers to swim to and board the Greek ships with their flame bombs.

Artemisia and her men fire flaming arrows and torches to ignite the tar, but an Athenian manages to kill one of the Persians, who falls into the tar carrying a torch, causing ships from both sides to explode.

Themistokles is thrown into the sea by an explosion and nearly drowns before being rescued by Aeskylos, and stands by Scyllias's side as he succumbs to his injuries.

Believing Themistokles to be dead, Artemisia and her forces withdraw. After recovering from his injuries, Themistokles learns that only a few hundred of his warriors and six of his ships survived the disastrous attack executed by Artemisia.

Daxos, an Arcadian general, tells Themistokles that Leonidas and his men were killed after Ephialtes betrayed the Greeks to Xerxes. Themistokles returns to Athens and confronts Ephialtes.

The deformed Spartan traitor reveals that Xerxes plans to attack and burn Athens to the ground. Ephialtes acknowledges and regrets his betrayal shamefully, and welcomes death.

Themistokles spares him instead, so he can warn Xerxes that the Greek forces are gathering at Salamis. He then visits Gorgo in Sparta while she is mourning Leonidas's death to ask for help, but Gorgo is angry for what the goal of a united Greece has cost her and her people.

Before departing, Themistokles returns Leonidas's sword, which had been delivered to him by Ephialtes under Xerxes's orders, and urges Gorgo to avenge Leonidas.

In Athens, Xerxes's army is laying waste when Ephialtes arrives to deliver Themistokles' message. Upon learning he is alive, Artemisia leaves to ready her entire navy for battle.

Xerxes suggests it is most likely a trap, but she still leaves after reminding him that she made him king through her efforts while he sat safely at a distance and watched.

The remaining Greek ships charge into the Persians ships, and the two armies battle, beginning the decisive Battle of Salamis.

Themistokles and Artemisia engage in a duel, which ends in a stalemate with both receiving severe injuries.

At this moment Gorgo, who had been narrating the tale to the Spartans, arrives at the battle along with ships from numerous Greek city states including Delphi , Thebes , Olympia , Arcadia , and Sparta, all of them uniting against the surrounded Persians.

Daxos leads the Arcadian army while Themistokles urges Artemisia to surrender. Xerxes, watching the battle from a cliff, turns his back on her, acknowledging his naval defeat and continuing the march of his army.

Artemisia tries to kill Themistokles one last time but is killed as he stabs her through the stomach. While Dilios leads the Greek assault, Themistokles and Gorgo take a moment to silently acknowledge one another's alliance as the remaining Persians attempt a counter-attack.

The three then charge at the opposing Persians with the whole Greek army. The film was centered on the Greek leader Themistocles , portrayed by Australian actor Sullivan Stapleton.

The site's critical consensus reads, "It's bound to hit some viewers as an empty exercise in stylish gore, and despite a gonzo starring performance from Eva Green, Rise of an Empire is a step down from its predecessor.

Todd Gilchrist of The Wrap gave the film a negative review, saying " Rise of an Empire lacks director Snyder's shrewd deconstruction of cartoonish hagiography, undermining the glorious, robust escapism of testosterone-fueled historical reenactment with an underdog story that's almost too reflective to be rousing.

James Berardinelli of ReelViews gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "The lack of a creative driver behind the film leads to a level of fundamental dissatisfaction.

The movie delivers all the necessary elements but their impact is dull. Or maybe the History Channel and the Saw franchise.

Scott Bowles of USA Today gave the film two out of four stars, saying "For anyone looking for a sense of script forget plausibility , Empire is a Trojan horse.

Indeed, Rise of an Empire is so campy that it might work better as a musical. Despite mixed reviews for the film as a whole, Eva Green 's performance as the naval officer Artemisia received positive reviews, with some going so far as to say she was more interesting than the heroes, and saved the film.

Ty Burr of The Boston Globe , in his positive review stated, " Rise of an Empire may strike some as an improvement on the first film, if only for two reasons: naval warfare and the glorious absurdity of Eva Green.

Green plays a snarling, insatiable, self-hating femme fatale and completely steals the show. The Guardian 's historical films reviewer, Alex von Tunzelmann , discredited the film's historical legitimacy, giving it the classification of "History grade: Fail.

Tunzelmann further quotes Persian Fire author, historian Tom Holland—who translated Herodotus's Histories , and is an expert on the Greco-Persian wars —as comparing the film to a wild fantasy substitute for actual historic reality.

Paul Cartledge , a professor of Greek culture at Cambridge University , also noted historical errors in the film.

For example, Darius was not killed as depicted as neither Xerxes nor Darius was present at the Battle of Marathon. Artemisia , historically a queen and not an abused, orphaned slave, actually argued against sailing into the straits and survived the Persian Wars.

In addition, the Spartan navy contributed a mere sixteen warships to the Greek fleet of warships in the ending battle scene, not the huge armada shown.

In a interview, Snyder stated that more sequels to would focus on topics beyond Ancient Greece, such as the American Revolutionary War , the Battle of the Alamo or a battle in China.

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Themistocles always believed in building up the Athenian navy. He knew that the Persians could only sustain a land invasion if their navy was able to support it from the coastal waters.

However, most Athenians, including the Athenian generals, did not agree with Themistocles. They did not believe that a Persian invasion was imminent, and they thought that the Athenian army was strong enough to make up for any shortcomings with regard to the navy.

To get his wish for a stronger navy, Themistocles used his political position to lie and mislead the Athenians into believing that the rival nearby island of Aegina posed a threat to merchant ships.

Accepting his argument, the Athenians decided to invest in the navy, leaving Athens with the most dominant naval force in all of Greece.

Therefore, it can be argued that Greek civilization was saved by a lie. Top: Actors stand on the deck of an Athenian trireme ancient vessel constructed on a sound stage for the movie.

Bottom: A seaworthy reconstruction of a trireme, the Olympias, was launched in King Darius died approximately four years later in BC of failing health.

As you probably guessed, the real Xerxes did not transform into a supernatural God King like in the movie pictured below.

In fact, Xerxes's motivation for his transformation did not even exist in real life, since Themistocles did not kill Xerxes's father at the Battle of Marathon.

This highly fictionalized version of Xerxes comes from the mind of Frank Miller, the creator of the graphic novel and the still unpublished Xerxes comic series.

In the Rise of an Empire movie, a young Artemisia Caitlin Carmichael watches as her family is murdered by a squad of Greek hoplites.

She then spends several years being held as a sex slave in the bowels of a Greek slave ship. She is left to die in the street and is helped by a Persian warrior.

She soon finds herself training with the finest warriors in the Persian Empire, hoping to one day exact revenge on Greece.

This backstory for Artemisia was invented by Frank Miller and the filmmakers to explain the motivations behind Artemisia's ruthless thirst for vengeance in the film.

Ancient Greek historian Herodotus never mentions the king by name in his writings titled The Histories. Little is known about Artemisia's husband except that he died when their son was still a boy.

Following his death, Artemisia became the ruler of the affluent kingdom of Caria. Artemisia I of Caria had a son named Pisindelis not shown in the movie , who was still a boy when his father died and his mother took over as ruler.

Like in the movie, she was an ally of Xerxes and served as a commander in the Persian navy. In real life, Athens and Sparta were indeed at the forefront of the alliance between the thirty Greek city-states.

As the alliance took hold, Themistocles became the most powerful man in Athens. Themistocles had convinced Athens to put every able-bodied man, including the Athenian warriors, on warships to stop the Persians in the Straits of Artemisium, leaving the city of Athens unprotected.

Plutarch writes of the evacuation of Athens in his work Themistocles. The iconic Parthenon that we are familiar with was actually built several decades later to replace the Old Parthenon.

Themistocles had sent a messenger to Xerxes, telling the Persian King that the Greeks intended to flee by ships that were harbored in the isthmus of Corinth.

Unlike in the movie, that messenger was not Ephialtes of Trachis, the disfigured hunchback who had betrayed the Spartans at Thermopylae.

The real Ephialtes, who was not a disfigured hunchback, escaped to Thessaly and the Greeks offered a reward for his death. Thinking that the Greek forces were scattered, weak, and intending to flee, Xerxes believed the messenger and sent in his navy for an easy victory.

To his surprise, his ships encountered the full force of the Greek navy ready to engage in battle. In what has become the most talked about scene in the movie, Artemisia invites Themistocles on board her warship in an attempt to lure him into abandoning Greece and joining her side.

Before he convinces her that he will never abandon Athens, the two engage in a sexual tussle deep below deck that is the closed doors equivalent of any of the movie's turbulent and ferocious battle sequences.

In real life, not surprisingly, there is no record of a sexual encounter ever taking place between Themistocles and Artemisia.

Despite this, the scene will very likely become what Rise of an Empire is remembered for. In the movie, Themistocles tells Artemisia that his only family is the Greek fleet, which he has spent his entire life readying to battle her.

According to the writings of Plutarch, the real Themistocles did have a wife, Archippe, with whom he had three sons: Archeptolis, Polyeuctus, and Cleophantes.

He also had two older sons, Neocles and Diocles. In addition to his sons, Themistocles had five daughters that are mentioned by Plutarch, at least one of whom he had later during a second marriage.

Xerxes watched the battle unfold high atop a nearby cliff on Mount Egaleo. Not shown in the movie, he witnessed Artemisia ramming another ship that had unknowingly crossed her path as she tried to get away from a pursuing Athenian trireme.

Xerxes assumed it was an Athenian vessel that she had smashed through and was so impressed with Artemisia's ferocity in battle that he is reported to have said, "My men fight like women, and my women like men!

In doing so, Artemisia's pursuer gave up chase, believing that she was an ally of the Greeks. Fortunately for Artemisia, the ally ship sunk and its entire crew drowned, leaving no one behind to tell Xerxes the truth.

A look from the real Mount Egaleo that overlooks the Straits of Salamis where the battle took place right. However, unlike in the film where Artemisia Eva Green demands that Xerxes order the Persian fleet to Salamis to finish off the Greeks, the real Artemisia had actually advised the Persian King Xerxes against the battle, arguing that it is not wise to engage the Greeks at sea.

By this point, Xerxes had already burned the great city of Athens to the ground. Artemisia saw things differently. What so great need is there for you to incur hazard at sea?

Are you not master of Athens, for which you did undertake your expedition? Is not Hellas subject to you?

Not a soul now resists your advance…" -The Histories In the end, though Xerxes respected her advice, he still decided to launch a full-scale naval assault in September, BC.

Unfortunately for the Persians, it was the wrong decision and the Battle of Salamis proved to be the turning point in the war. Like in the Rise of an Empire movie, the Persians were outmaneuvered and outfought by a Greek navy that was better prepared to wage war in the narrow straits between the mainland and the island of Salamis known as the Straits of Salamis.

The Rise of an Empire true story reveals that unlike what is shown in the movie, the real Artemisia did not die at the hands of Themistocles in the Battle of Salamis.

She survived the battle and did not meet her fate while engaging in combat. While Artemisia I of Caria did not perish in battle, it is unclear how she actually died.

One legend reported by Photios, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from to and from to , has Artemisia falling in love with a man named Dardanus.

According to Photios, when Dardanus rejected her, Artemisia threw herself over the rocks of Leucas and was swallowed by the Aegean Sea.

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