600 BC - 497 BC

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Aristagoras (Greek: Ἀρισταγόρας ὁ Μιλήσιος), d. 497/496 BC, was the leader of the Ionian city of Miletus in the late 6th century BC and early 5th century BC and a key player during the early years of the Ionian Revolt against the Persian Achaemenid Empire. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aristagoras has received more than 105,938 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia. Aristagoras is the 3,339th most popular politician (up from 3,774th in 2019), the 360th most popular biography from Turkey (up from 378th in 2019) and the 189th most popular Turkish Politician.

Aristagoras is most famous for his involvement in the Ionian Revolt.

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Among politicians, Aristagoras ranks 3,339 out of 15,710Before him are Emperor Kōgen, Albert of Saxony, Mathilde Kschessinska, Fulvia, Joachim Frederick, Elector of Brandenburg, and Vologases I of Parthia. After him are Canute V of Denmark, Ferdinand IV of Castile, Qazi Muhammad, Francisco de Almeida, Constantine Bodin, and Ghazi of Iraq.

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Among people born in 600 BC, Aristagoras ranks 35Before him are Mahapajapati Gotami, Lars Porsena, Demaratus, Ibycus, Horatius Cocles, and Neriglissar. After him are Gelon, Hipparchus, Amestris, Artaphernes, Agrippa Menenius Lanatus, and Sextus Tarquinius. Among people deceased in 497 BC, Aristagoras ranks 1

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Among people born in Turkey, Aristagoras ranks 360 out of 1,128Before him are Candaules (-800), Philetaerus (-340), Osman Nuri Pasha (1832), Euphemia (289), Ahmad Khani (1650), and Zoe Karbonopsina (900). After him are Bar Hebraeus (1226), Thomas the Slav (800), Licinia Eudoxia (422), Sostratus of Cnidus (-290), Baldwin II, Latin Emperor (1217), and Kassia (810).


Among politicians born in Turkey, Aristagoras ranks 189Before him are Telipinu (-1600), Nicholas Kanabos (1200), Procopius (325), Candaules (-800), Philetaerus (-340), and Zoe Karbonopsina (900). After him are Baldwin II, Latin Emperor (1217), Boris II of Bulgaria (931), Yolanda of Flanders (1175), Gülbahar Hatun (1429), Fatma Sultan (1605), and Seleucus III Ceraunus (-243).