Shortly after the outbreak of the peloponnesian war Plato was born, probably in 427.
And here we close our account of the events which led to the peloponnesian War.
The Attic schools of rhetoric and philosophy maintained their reputation from the peloponnesian war to the reign of Justinian.
When the envoys returned, the peloponnesian ships were to be given back.
No peloponnesian forces are named as having been engaged on this occasion.
Corinth does not show her hand much in the peloponnesian war.
His great work is the history of the peloponnesian War to its twentieth year, where his history is abruptly broken off.
During the peloponnesian war it was a strong ally of Sparta.
It was the year of the death of Pericles, the second year of the peloponnesian war, so fatal to Athens.
One of the most distinguished Athenian generals in the peloponnesian war.
peninsula of southern Greece, late 15c., from Latin, from Greek Peloponnesos, second element apparently nesos "island" (see Chersonese); first element said to be named for Pelops, son of Tantalus, who killed him and served him to the gods as food (they later restored him to life). The proper name is probably from pellos "dark" + ops "face, eye." But the association with the peninsula name likely is folk etymology. Related: Peloponnesian.