Use the following persistent identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_WestWC.Greek_Public_Monuments_of_the_Persian_Wars.1965.
a. Graves of the Combatants.
d. Other religious monuments.
e. Non-religious monuments.
g. Documents supporting monuments.
There is also a tradition that before the battle of Plataea the Greek force swore asimilar oath, for which the Ionian oath would be a satisfactory precedent (no. 30;Lycurgus, Contra Leocratem 80-81; Diodorus 11.29.1). The provisions of this oath were apparently followed in Athens for about a generation.