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Leonidas I of the Agiad line was one of the two lords of the old Sparta amid the years instantly paving the way to the ‘Second Persian War’. The seventeenth leader of his line, he was the authority of the 7000 associated Greek powers against the attacking Persian armed force of 300,000 at the ‘Clash of Thermopylae’. While the future rulers of Sparta were for the most part absolved from the agoge, the thorough instruction and military preparing program that every single male resident of the city were subjected to, Leonidas experienced it nevertheless, not being the underlying successor to his dad’s position of authority. He turned into the co-ruler of Sparta at around the age of fifty.