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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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Lacedaemon at Bay

Lacedaemon at Bay

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(p.163) Chapter 5 Lacedaemon at Bay
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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/9780300242621.003.0006

This chapter talks about the Lacedaemonian and allied Peloponnesian's defeat in Navarino Bay. It investigates the Spartans' local truce with the Athenian generals and negotiations for a peace agreement in order to recover their infantry men and safeguard the men trapped on Sphacteria. The chapter also mentions how Spartans suffered additional and catastrophic losses at the time of the plague. It points out how the Spartans negotiated a peace agreement with Argos in 420 that included an unprecedented clause contemplating the possibility that one or the other community might succumb to an epidemic. It also highlights the Peloponnesians' repeated attempts to assert their preeminence at sea in the Corinthian Gulf, the Ionian Sea, and the Adriatic, which had failed ignominiously.

Keywords:   Lacedaemonian, Peloponnesian, Navarino Bay, Spartans, Athenian, Sphacteria, peace agreement, Argos

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