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2/7/12 lecture17.html 1/1 C:/Users/JIMMIN~1/AppData/Local/Temp/Rar$EX35.342/«/lecture17.html Open Yale CoXUVeV CLCv 205: Introduction to Ancient Greek Histor\ Lecture 17 - The Peloponnesian War, Part I << previous session _ next session >> OyeUyieZ: In this lecture, Professor Kagan describes the events that lead up the Peloponnesian War. He argues that the rise of Athenian power and the concomitant challenge to Spartan dominance pointed to potential conflict. However, Professor Kagan also points out that there were many people who did not want war and that therefore war was not inevitable. The Thirty Years Peace was negotiated, and Professor Kagan finally argues that its clause for arbitration was the key clause that could have
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Unformatted text preview: prevented war. Reading aVVignmenW: Pomeroy, Burstein, Donlan and Roberts. AncienW GUeece . Oxford University Press: New York, 1999, pp. 246-286. Plutarch, The RiVe and Fall of Whe AWhenV : Nicias. Thucydides, The PeloponneVian waU , Books I-V. ClaVV lecWXUe: ReVoXUceV: Peloponnesian War I [PDF] Yale University 2008. Some rights reserved. Unless otherwise indicated on this page or on the Open Yale Courses website, all content on this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ECON 159 taught by Professor Benjaminpolak during the Fall '08 term at Yale.

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