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In Athens, strategos was an elected office for the state's ten commanders-in-chief.  In the 5th century BCE, the strategos Perikles combined this political position with his charisma to establish himself as Athens' de facto ruler despite its democratic system of government. Later, Alkibiades also served as a strategos. 
- In the Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Official Game Guide, the Athenian hoplite is incorrectly labelled as strategos in the "Reference" section. Concurrently, the images of the Spartan hoplite and Spartan strategos are erroneously switched.