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Realist theory says tha states seek survival through the medium of balance of power
hegemon in peloponnesus before the peloponnesian war Sparta
spartans foreign politics aimed at seeking status uo
which was not an argument of the melians help from corinth
corcyra was an independent state originally founded by corinth
Epidamnus was a remote city outside the alliance of sparta and athens
Megara was an important city, orginally an ally of sparta
corinth was an independent all of sparta
archidamus was a spartan king who favored peace with athens
thurii was a colony formed as a panhellenic colony in part by athens byt seized by sparta
which is not a factor in the outbreak of the first peloponnesian war cimon's friendly policy towards sparta
attica was the peninsula extending from Greece that encompassed athens
the event of pottidea was a rebellion with athenian alliance that sparked corinth and a faction in sparta
Created by: lschefstad