The Peloponnesian Wars
By Amelia P and Tamya E
The Cause of the Peloponnesian War
There was a league called the Delian League. The Delian League formed a treasury for city-states in the league. They could pay money to create a savings account. All the money went to Athens, Greece. Sparta got mad that Athens got the privilege to control all the money and Sparta did not. That is how the Peloponnesian war began.
Details of the Peloponnesian War
Sparta was generous in victory. Corinth wanted Athens leveled. They never wanted to put up with this bickering and warring again. But Sparta said no. The Spartan's admired bravery and Athens had shown true bravery. Instead, for the next ten years, Athens was an outpost of Sparta under Spartan rules. After ten years, Sparta gave Athens their Independence.
Why is the Peloponnesian War Important
The Peloponnesian War is really important because the War allowed you to be introduced to Alexander The Great, and see all of the goals he accomplished .
The Map Of The Peloponnesian War
The map shows you the Delian League and where the war took place.
The Peloponnesian War was the 8th longest war in history.
The Peloponnesian War Soldiers
This picture shows you a visual image of the soldiers who were in the Peloponnesian War