In the Greco-Persian Wars of 499-448 BC, a loose federation of Greek city-states went up against the powerful Persian empire. Against the odds, they managed to reclaim some territory from Persia. Which of these was NOT a city-state that fought Persia?

Answer Constantinople

Sparta, Athens, Thebes, and other Greek city-states fought against the Persians in the Greco-Persian Wars.

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