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A History of My Times Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, A History of My Times : Chapter 6, Book 6 Summary

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Book 2, A History of My Times : Chapter 6, Book 6 Summary and Analysis

Here, tensions emerge from the very beginning. The city of Phocis was faced with a crisis produced by the behavior of others. The Athenians and the Spartans were at odds but during this set of decades the Spartans were faring better than Athens. In this case, Phocis was confronted with difficulties created by the Thebans. Here, they requested help from the Spartans. They forthrightly admitted that unless Sparta sent them help, then they were going to be forced to give in to the demands of the Thebans. Within the first few pages of this new 'sub book' of Xenophon's, the Spartans respond by doing just that.

Here, there is some description of military virtues. Here a man called Polydamus provides a quotation from the famous 'Jason.' During this he explains...

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