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When the Persian king Cyrus defeated Croesus (546 BC) the Ionic Greek cities of Anatolia and the adjacent islands became Persian subjects and remained such until the Persians were defeated by the Greeks at the Battle of Salamis (480 BC).The island was governed by an oligarchy in archaic times, followed by quasi-democracy in classical times.Its shape is roughly triangular, but it is deeply intruded by gulfs of Kalloni, with an entry on the southern coast, and Gera, in the southeast. The island is forested and mountainous with two large peaks, Mt. Olympus (967 m (3,173 ft)), dominating its northern and central sections. The islands volcanic origin is manifested in several hot springs and two principal volcanic harbors.Lesbos is verdant, aptly named Emerald Island, with a greater variety of flora than expected for the island's size.Contents [hide]  Geography Satellite photo of Lesbos (1995).Topography Facing the Turkish coast (Gulf of Edremit) from the north and east; at the narrowest point, the strait is about 5.5 km (3.4 mi) wide.
Mytilene was founded in the 11th century BC by the family Penthilidae, who arrived from Thessaly, and ruled the city-state until a popular revolt (590580 BC) led by Pittacus of Mytilene ended their rule.Who cares, she won me tons of cash at UCONN, with the Mercury, she's the consumate winner, I personally don't care if she's into men, women, space aliens or barnyard animals with big donkey kongs.Jump to: navigation, search For the Greek prefecture which contains the island, see Lesbos Prefecture.Lesbos Λέσβος Olympos peak rises 968 meters over Lesbos Geography Coordinates: 3910′N 2620′E / 39.167N 26.333E / 39.167; 26.333 Island chain: North Aegean Total isles: 16 Area: 1,632.819 km (630 ) Highest mountain: Lepetymnos & Olympus (968 m (3,176 ft)) Government Greece Periphery: North Aegean Prefecture: Lesbos Capital: Mytilene Statistics Population: 90,643 (as of 2001) Density: 56 /km (144 /) Postal code: 811 xx, 812 xx, 813 xx, 814xx Area code: 225x0-x License code: ΜΗ, ΜΥ Website (Greek: Λέσβος also transliterated Lesvos; sometimes the island is also referred to as Mytilini after its major city) is a Greek island located in the northeastern Aegean Sea.It has an area of 1632 km (630 square miles) with 320 kilometres (almost 200 miles) of coastline, making it the third largest Greek island and the largest of the numerous Greek islands scattered in the Aegean.