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2/7/12 lecture22.html 1/1 C:/Users/JIMMIN~1/AppData/Local/Temp/Rar$EX33.478/«/lecture22.html Open Yale CoXUVeV CLCv 205: Introduction to Ancient Greek Histor\ Lecture 22 - The Struggle for Hegemony in Fourth-Century Greece (cont.) << previous session _ next session >> OyeUyieZ: In this lecture, Professor Kagan examines the continuation of Spartan tyranny over the Greek poleiV and the response of the Greek world. According to Professor Kagan, it became clear that the Greek poleiV needed to do something to check the power of Sparta. So, Thebes, Argos, Corinth, and Athens along with some of the smaller poleiV joined together to fight Sparta in the Corinthian War. The war ended in a stalemate, but now the Persians were afraid of the growth of Athenian naval power. So, the king made an alliance with Sparta to bring about the King's Peace, which emphasized Greek autonomy
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Unformatted text preview: and which had the effect of breaking up all alliances, except the Peloponnesian League. After this fact, Sparta continued in its tyrannical behavior. Reading aVVignmenW: Pomeroy, Burstein, Donlan and Roberts. AncienW GUeece . Oxford University Press: New York, 1999, pp. 330-370. Plutarch, The RiVe and Fall of Whe AWhenV : Lysander. ClaVV lecWXUe: ReVoXUceV: Spartan Hegemony [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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