Sparta's Bitter Victories: Politics and Diplomacy in the Corinthian War by Charles D. Hamilton
English | 1979 | ISBN: 0801411580 | 352 Pages | PDF | 40.0 MB
In 405 B.C. a Spartan admiral dealt a deathblow to the imperial ambitions of Athens at the battle of Aegospotami. But with the end of Athen’s ambitons, the poleis of ancient Greece were left with a power vacuum, which Sparta attempted to fill.