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A History of My Times Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, A History of My Times : Chapter 3, Book 3 Summary

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Book 2, A History of My Times : Chapter 3, Book 3 Summary and Analysis

This book begins at the end of the Athenian civil war with overtures of friendliness to the Spartans. One level of political leadership, the ephors, worked on this gesture. Here, as in earlier chapters, leaders and their relationships with one another become important.

Two brothers are at war against one another, in the case of Cyrus and Cunaxa. Here it is observed that Cleopatra's military reactions to her brother were rather precedented than unprecedented. At the same time, in another relationship the review is of allied forces: here the Spartan Samius suddenly makes an entire additional naval fleet available to Cyrus. The willingness of Samius to assist Cyrus being warmly and duly noted right on the first page of this next book.

The trials of leadership are included in this 'book...

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