Thucydides - Nicole Katzman September 13, 2011 Thucydides,...

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Nicole Katzman September 13, 2011 Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War Lacedaemonians Strong land military The growth of the Athenian power put Lacedaemonians into fear and debated war Potidaea was scared to lose land Aeginetae instigated war by saying they were not permitted to govern themselves according to their own laws if Athens took over Should they wait to be invaded or invade Athens? o Athens had already invaded Attica “Apt to save your own, not devise anything new” Archidamus is king o He suggested that Greece is very far away o They have strong seamen, money, horses, arms, and number o Confederates are paying them tributes o Suggested being friends with Greece so they could share in wealth and shipping o In reason of power, it doesn’t make sense to fight them Sthenelaidas then speaks o Athens has done harm to our confederates and Peloponnesus o They have power but we need to secure out protection Lacedaemonians gave sentence to war in fear that Athenian greatness would still
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