Groups of Two- History

Name the members of these historical pairs.
Those marked with asterisks are apocryphal
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CSA Capitals
Montgomery
Richmond
First US Revolution Battles
Lexington
Concord
Islands Napoleon was Exiled to
Elba
St. Helena
Wars of the Roses Houses
York
Lancaster
Homer's Epic Poems*
Iliad
Odyssey
Greatest Greek City-States
Athens
Sparta
Major Indian Independence Leaders
Mohandas Gandhi
Jawaharlal Nehru
German Cold War Capitals
Berlin
Bonn
WWII US Presidents
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Harry Truman
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The Wright Brothers
Orville
Wilbur
Iron-Age Mesopotamian Empires
Assyria
Babylon
Uncolonized African Countries
Liberia
Ethiopia
Hebrew Kingdoms, c. 800 BC
Israel
Judah
Japanese Cities hit by Atomic Bombs
Hiroshima
Nagasaki
Famous Viking Explorers
Eric the Red
Leif Ericson
Founders of Rome*
Romulus
Remus
WWI UK Prime Ministers
H. H. Asquith
David Lloyd George
Greatest Mongol Khans
Genghis
Kublai
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Level 56
Dec 22, 2014
I believe it's spelled Iliad.
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Level 69
Dec 22, 2014
Thanks.
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Level 66
Dec 22, 2014
There are several other famous conquistadors other than the ones you named. De Soto, Vasco de Gama, Balboa, Coronado, etc. You could even count Columbus.
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Level 67
Dec 22, 2014
Or it could be clarified that you're asking for the ones that conquered the Aztec and Inca empires.
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Level 69
Dec 22, 2014
Of course. I'll specify.
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Level 78
Mar 19, 2015
Could you accept more spellings for Ericson? I tried Erikson, Eriksson, and Ericsson before finally getting the one you wanted. Wikipedia uses Erikson.