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However, during the battle, Pelopides was killed.
Among the war party in Athens, a belief arose that the catastrophic defeat of the military expedition to Sicily in — could have been avoided if Alcibiades had been allowed to lead the expedition.
When I was a child and I heard about Hellenic things or the Hellenic period, or the Hellenes, I was like, oh, maybe that's something to do with Helen of Troy.
However, Spartan hegemony was not replaced by Theban, but rather by Athenian hegemony. In this period, there was huge economic development in Greece, and also in its overseas colonies which experienced a growth in commerce and manufacturing.
The Athenians no longer had the means to fulfill their ambitions, and found it difficult merely to finance their own navy, let alone that of an entire alliance, and so could not properly defend their allies.
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In an alliance between Athens and Argos was defeated by Sparta at Mantinea. So it depends how you want to view things. Drive on and visit the theatre of Epidaurus, famous for its remarkable acoustics. Accordingly, the "Peace of Antalcidas" is not a negotiated peace at all. Thebes, meanwhile, expanded its influence beyond the bounds of Boeotia. However, Melos fought off the attack and was able to maintain its neutrality. The rise of Sparta in the 6th century brought Sparta into conflict with Argos. As noted above, this had meant the destruction of the Boeotian League in BC. However, a parallel attempt by the to overthrow democracy in Samos failed. Cleomenes I , king of Sparta, put in place a pro-Spartan oligarchy headed by Isagoras. If the coup were successful Alcibiades promised to return to Athens. Political geography of ancient Greece in the Archaic and Classical periods Athens suffered a land and agrarian crisis in the late 7th century BC, again resulting in civil strife.
Some studies estimate that the average size of the Greek household, in the period from BC to BC, increased five times, which indicates[ citation needed ] a large increase in the average income of the population. But it was chronicled in the Iliad in the aftermath in the Odyssey. Another war of stalemates, it ended with the status quo restored, after the threat of Persian intervention on behalf of the Spartans.
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The rising spirit of rebellion against Sparta also fueled Thebes' attempt to restore the former Boeotian confederacy. Athens is famous for its philosophy. The Battle of Leuctra was a watershed in Greek history. With the signing of the Thirty Years Peace treaty Archidamus II felt he had successfully prevented Sparta from entering into a war with its neighbours. He compelled the majority of the city-states to join the League of Corinth, allying them to him, and preventing them from warring with each other. As noted above, in BC, Agesilaus became king of Sparta. However, with the conquest of the Peloponnesian city-state of Tegea in BC and the defeat of the Argives in BC, the Spartans' control began to reach well beyond the borders of Laconia. This treaty took effect the next winter in BC  Under the terms of this treaty, Greece was formally divided into two large power zones. In an alliance between Athens and Argos was defeated by Sparta at Mantinea. Athens , Argos , Thebes , and Corinth, the latter two former Spartan allies, challenged Sparta's dominance in the Corinthian War , which ended inconclusively in BC.
However, unlike the expedition against Melos, the citizens of Athens were deeply divided over Alcibiades' proposal for an expedition to far-off Sicily. In an alliance between Athens and Argos was defeated by Sparta at Mantinea. The war was a struggle not merely between two city-states but rather between two coalitions, or leagues of city-states:  the Delian Leagueled by Athens, and the Peloponnesian League, led by Sparta.
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By refusing to join the League, however, Melos reaped the benefits of the League without bearing any of the burdens. In this period, there was huge economic development in Greece, and also in its overseas colonies which experienced a growth in commerce and manufacturing. At different parts in Spartan history, they had somewhere between seven and 20 slaves for every Spartan. And this ancient Olympic Games once again, it continues on for over years. Lysander abolished the democracy and appointed in its place an oligarchy called the " Thirty Tyrants " to govern Athens. In , a successful oligarchic coup was mounted in Athens, by a group which became known as "the ". Even the elite were obliged to live and train as soldiers; this commonality between rich and poor citizens served to defuse the social conflict. Sparta carried out large-scale operations and peripheral interventions in Epirus and in the north of Greece, resulting in the capture of the fortress of Thebes, the Cadmea, after an expedition in the Chalcidice and the capture of Olynthos. He was an Athenian legislator who composed a very harsh series of laws. And that's where you have all of these ideas of Greek democracy really kind of coming to the surface. It's often glorified. The Athenians no longer had the means to fulfill their ambitions, and found it difficult merely to finance their own navy, let alone that of an entire alliance, and so could not properly defend their allies. So I'm going to leave you there. Prior to the war, Corinth and one of its colonies, Corcyra modern-day Corfu , went to war in BC over the new Corcyran colony of Epidamnus.
This treaty took effect the next winter in BC  Under the terms of this treaty, Greece was formally divided into two large power zones. So I'm going to leave you there.
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