Explanation of the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War.
In 432 B.C., a fight between Corinth and Epidamnus broke out. Epidamnus was allied to Sparta, thus Spartan troops arrived in aid to Epidamnus. Corinth wasn't allied to Sparta nor Athens, but due to an overwhelming situation Corinth pleaded to Athens for aid. Athens dispatched thirty ships as a result of Corinth's plea. Another fight broke out in 432 B.C. involving Corinth, Potidea, and Athens. Athens set siege to Potidea and ravaged the surrounding areas. These aggressive military actions by Athens were stepping stones leading to the Peloponnesian war. Corinth summoned a meeting of the P…
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