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Classical Greece

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King of the Macedonians, subdued all of the Greek city-states to form the Corinthian League.
The main antagonist of all the Greek city states prior to the Peloponnesian Wars, would eventually hire many Greek soldiers to fight for it after they proved their battle-effectiveness.
The Macedonian ruler that conquered all the of the land from Greece in the west to Indus river in the east, to Egypt in the south. Named 70 cities after himself.
The name of the league led by Athens whose existence led to the Peloponnesian War.
A general of Alexander the Great who led Egypt after his death. His dynasty would end with Cleopatra's death at the hands of the Romans
The only general who won battles for both Sparta and Athens during the Peloponnesian War.
Athens nearest antagonist in the Peloponnesian War
A large island off the coast of Italy that was the site of a disastrous defeat of the Athens navy.
The city-state to finally break Spartan hegemony over the Greek world after the Peloponnesian War.
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Athens' biggest Greek foe through out its history.
A strip of land along the western coast of Asia Minor settled by Greeks.
The land between Athens and Corinth that was the site of most battles during the Peloponnesian War.
A leader in Athens during the Peloponnesian Wars who pushed a policy of peace.
The first large scale victory of Alexander the Great over the Persians.
A soldier who fights for whoever pays them the most.
An island off the coast of Laconia which was sieged and eventually destroyed by Athens (after quite a long chat!)
Enslaved people who support the Spartans and their militaristic society.
The next great power in the Mediterranean after the waning of Alexander's successor kingdoms.
Greek general and statesman who died of the plague after many victories in the Peloponnesian War.
A Greek city-state that was the world first democracy