Epaminondas rid the Peloponnesus of pro-Spartan oligarchies, replacing them with pro-Theban democracies, constructed cities, and rebuilt a number of those destroyed by Sparta. Each tribe therefore always acted in the interest of all three sectors.
Agesilaus came to power by accident at the start of the 4th century BC. A tribe consisted of three trittyes, selected at random, one from each of the three groups.
This coalition met and formalized their relationship at the holy city of Delos. At the end of the conflict, the fleet consisted of 50 triremes and was commanded by a "navarch". The Athenians no longer had the means to fulfill their ambitions, and found it difficult merely to finance their own navy, let alone that of an entire alliance, and so could not properly defend their allies.
After the fall of Constantinople inthe Russian Czars a title derived from Caesar claimed the Byzantine mantle as the champion of Orthodoxy ; Moscow was described as the " Third Rome " and the Czars ruled as divinely-appointed Emperors into the 20th century.
However, Melos fought off the attack and was able to maintain its neutrality. To protect far-flung Greek territories from Persian interference, Athens organized a confederacy of allies that it called the Delian League in B. The emperor Heraclius in Constantinoplewho emerged during this period, conducted his court in Greek, not Latin, though Greek had always been an administrative language of the eastern Roman regions.
The two kingships were both hereditary, vested in the Agiad dynasty and the Eurypontid dynasty. Dramatists like Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides and the comic playwright Aristophanes all won a great deal of renown for their depictions of relationships between men and gods, citizens and polis, and fate and justice.
Thus, Xenophon concludes his history of the Greek world at this point, in BC. As noted below, Alcibiades soon found himself in controversy in Sparta when he was accused of having seduced Timaea, the wife of Agis II, the Eurypontid king of Sparta. He was recalled to Sparta, and once there did not attend to any important matters.
Delian league[ edit ] The Delian League grew out of the need to present a unified front of all Greek city-states against Persian aggression. At that time Athens enrolled all the island states and some mainland ones into an alliance called the Delian Leagueso named because its treasury was kept on the sacred island of Delos.
By the end of the century, they could not even defend their own city.
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