This is one of the most powerful cities of ancient Greece, but due to their own sorrow, they were more often 'second' for most of the book before achieving equality at the conclusion of the work.
This city-state was one of the most dominant of the Grecian area, especially in central and high Greece, and they have the advantage over their main competitor during most of the book, before establishing equality.
This city is the home of Xenophon at the end of his life that figures in many battles during the books.
This is the peninsular region of the Grecian lands that is viewed as having its own subcultures and people.
This is a prominent city-state of Greece, which is the eventual enemy of the alliance formed by the two main forces in the book.
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