Objects & Places from Tides of War: A Novel of Alcibiades and the Peloponnesian War

Steven Pressfield
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Peloponnesian War - This is the twenty-seven year conflict between Athens and Sparta.

Parthenon - This is Athens' great temple to Athena, built at the top of the Athenian acropolis.

Persia - This is the greatest empire of the ancient world.

Athens - This is the greatest of the Greek city-states.

Sparta - This city-state lies in the southern part of Greece.

Olympiad - This was the precursor to our modern Olympic games.

Corinth - This was another of the Greek city-states, situated between Athens and Sparta.

Argos - This was a Peloponnesian city-state.

Patrae - This guarded the entrance to the Gulf of Patras.

Achilles - This was the greatest of Bronze Age heroes.

Sicily - This is the largest island in the Mediterranean.

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