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Sparta's Second Attic WarThe Grand Strategy of Classical Sparta, 446-418 B.C.$
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Paul A. Rahe

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780300242621

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300242621.001.0001

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An Uneasy Truce

An Uneasy Truce

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(p.21) Chapter 1 An Uneasy Truce
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Sparta's Second Attic War
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Paul A. Rahe

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300242621.003.0002

This chapter focuses on the Athenians, who were “broken in spirit” in the years after their humiliation at the hands of the Spartans and their allies. It describes how Athens' expanded its influence and domain when opportunity outside the Peloponnesus presented itself. It also discusses how Athenians established independent colonies, cleruchies, and agricultural outposts as soon as they had achieved victory at Cypriot Salamis. The chapter recounts Athenians' expulsion of the Histiaeans and seizure of holdings of Chalcis's wealthy Cavaliers. According to the phóros records, it also suggests that the Athenians's seizures of land occasioned a sharp reduction in the contributions demanded from the communities within the Delian League to which the cleruchies had been conveyed.

Keywords:   Athenians, Spartans, Peloponnesus, independent colonies, cleruchies, agricultural outposts, Cypriot Salamis, phóros records, Delian League

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