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move, expelled Cleomenes and Isagoras. The Defence of Greece 490479. 52 a b c d aims. Chapter 8: The War at Sea (431404). 5.18.5 The Spartans and their psilocybe cyanescens allies are to give back. Appendix II: Key People, notes, works cited. However, Theramenes did secure terms that saved the city of Athens from destruction. The number was so great, it was decided to offer 500 goats yearly until the number was filled. History of the Peloponnesian War.noteThucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War.18.1-19.2,.1-24.1. Sparta made promises that it could not keep. Once the Ionian revolt was finally crushed by the Persian victory at the.
48 In addition, in overall charge, was the War- Archon ( polemarch Callimachus, who had been elected by the whole citizen body. Verlag Empirische Pädagogik, Landau ( Landauer Schriften zur Kommunikations- und Kulturwissenschaft. The Athenians, joined by a small force from Plataea, marched to Marathon, and succeeded in blocking the two literary View of exits from the plain of Marathon. The puppet government executed a number of citizens and deprived all but a few of their former rights as citizens of Athens. 43 This theory therefore utilises Herodotus' suggestion that after Marathon, the Persian army began to re-embark, intending to sail around Cape Sounion to attack Athens directly. The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo. Herodotus suggests that this was the first time a Greek army ran into battle in this way; this was probably because it was the first time that a Greek army had faced an enemy composed primarily of missile troops. For the Athenians: Lampon, Isthmonicus, Nicias, Laches, Euthydemus, Procles, Pythodorus, Hagnon, Myrtilus, Thrasycles, Theagenes, Aristocrates, Iolcius, Timocrates, Leon, Lamachus, and Demosthenes. 13132 a b Holland,.