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3.9. AFTERMATH OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR Consequences of the war economic trade land workers demographic (consequences) mercenaries: example of Xenophon of Athens [Dillon 14.2] Consequences of the Defeat of Athens rule of the Thirty at Athens (404 BCE) [Dillon 13.40] Lysander and Spartan control through oligarchic faction [Dillon 13.37-39] Kritias Theramenes democratic revolution (403) [Dillon 13.41] roles of Thebes and Megara (attitude toward Sparta) treatment of the Thirty trial of Sokrates (399) [Dillon 13.43, 3.80-89] charges A Decade of Spartan Hegemony (404-394) problems with Spartan leadership relations with Persia [Dillon 14.1-2] encroachment on Persian territory Battle of Knidos (Cnidus) (394) [Dillon 14.11] relations with allies Spartan harmosts Elean War (401-400) [Dillon 14.3-4] Kinadon conspiracy (397) [Dillon 14.5] Corinthian War (395-386) Corinth, Athens, Argos, Thebes vs. Sparta familiar patterns initial successes (fate of Lysander) Konon and the refortification of Athens [Dillon 14.10]
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