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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