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300: Rise of an Empire, the Real Story and Photo Gallery
Part 3: Scenes from the Movie
3 Parts Movie Review and Critics on “300: Rise of an Empire” (2014)
Ahreeman X
April 9, 2014


Artemisia the Grand Admiral of the Imperial Persian Navy

Let us review some of the scenes from the “300: Rise of an Empire” Movie.


300 Rise of an Empire Movie Poster


Sullivan Stapleton as Admiral General Themistocles in 300 Rise of an Empire 2014


Athenian Greek General Themistocles leads the charge in Battle of Artemisium against the Persians


Greek Hoplites, 300 Rise of an Empire


Why are the Greek Warriors always naked in the 300 Rise of an Empire Movie?


Artemisia and Persian Immortals in 300 Rise of an Empire 2014
Why are the Persian Immortals always wearing Japanese Ninja Masks and Outfits in the 300 Series?


Spartan King Leonidas and Dead 300 Spartans, slaughtered by the Persians at Thermopylae


Lena Headey as Greek Queen Gorgo leading Greek Charge on Persians, 300 Rise of an Empire
Queen Gorgo needs vengeance for his dead husband King Leonidas


Rodrigo Santoro as Xerxes turned God King, 300 Rise of an Empire 2014


Xerxes Scarface, 300 Rise of an Empire


Xerxes’ speech to the Persians, 300 Rise of an Empire


Artemisia kneels to Xerxes the Persian Emperor, 300 Rise of an Empire


Greek Charge, 300 Rise of an Empire


Themistocles and the Greeks Charge the Persian Imperial Navy, 300 Rise of an Empire


Persian Trireme Battleships on the stormy sea, 300 Rise of an Empire


Artemisia asks the Persian Navy: Is it too much to ask for victory?
Artemisia with her two Immortal Guards following her, gathers her Admirals, Captains and Commanders for a conference on her Command Trireme and demands victory.


Artemisia and Artaphernes prepare for Naval Battle
Grand Admiral Artemisia followed by General Artaphernes observes the enemy (Greeks) fortifications at the sea.


Eva Green as Artemisia with General Artaphernes and the Immortals, 300 Rise of an Empire
Aboard Artemisia’s Trireme: Artaphernes, Immortal Guards and Persian Seamen observe the battle while listening to Artemisia’s speech.


Artemisia battles Themistocles on board of a Trireme in Greco-Persian Wars
Artemisia with her double swords, charges forward attacking Themistocles


Artemisia battles Themistocles 300 Rise of an Empire
Persian Grand Admiral Artemisia sword fights (with her double swords) the Athenian Greek Admiral General Themistocles.


Artemisia the Persian Grand Admiral in Battle Action
Artemisia slaughters Greek Seamen and Hoplites with her double swords during a hand to hand combat aboard a Trireme Battleship.


Igal Naor as Darius the Great of Persia with the young Xerxes in 300 Rise of an Empire
Young Xerxes attends to his wounded Father, Darius the Great Persian Shahanshah.


Persian Officer in 300 Rise of an Empire


Persian Immortal in 300 Rise of an Empire


Sullivan Stapleton as the Greek General Themistocles having an intimate soul searching moment!


Artemisia, 300 Rise of an Empire Poster 2014
Grand Admiral Artemisia of the Imperial Persian Navy


Eva Green as Artemisia, 300 Rise of an Empire


Eva Green as Artemisia the Persian Grand Admiral, 300 Rise of an Empire


Artemisia, the Grand Admiral of the Imperial Persian Navy
The Artemisia Look: Artemisia stairs away while preparing to shoot an arrow with the bow

This would bring us to the end of our presentation but the Saga will go on .......

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