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Diodorus Siculus, Library, Book XII, Chapter 7 (search)
446 B.C.When Callimachus was archon in Athens, the Romans elected as consuls Sextus Quinctius . . . Trigeminus. In this year, since the Athenians had been weakened in Greece because of their defeat in Boeotia at Coroneia, many cities revolted from them. Since the inhabitants of Euboea were taking the lead in the revolution, Pericles, who had been chosen general, made a campaign against Euboea with a strong force, and taking the city of Hestiaea by storm he removed the inhabitants from their native city; and the other cities he terrified and forced back into obedience to the Athenians.A truceBetween Athens and Sparta. was made for thirty years, Callias and Chares negotiating and confirming the peace.
Diodorus Siculus, Library, Book XII, Chapter 42 (search)
rned of what had taken place in Plataea, at once sent a considerable body of soldiers; these arrived in haste, although not before the Thebans, and gathered the rest of the property from the countryside into the city, and then, collecting both the children and women and the rabble,Thucydides (Thuc. 2.6.4) calls these "the least efficient of the men." sent them off to Athens. The Lacedaemonians, deciding that the Athenians had broken the truce,The thirty-year truce concluded in 446 B.C. (chap. 7). mustered a strong army from both Lacedaemon and the rest of the Peloponnesians. The allies of the Lacedaemonians at this time were all the inhabitants of the Peloponnesus with the exception of the Argives, who remained neutral; and of the peoples outside of the Peloponnesus the Megarians, Ambraciotes, Leucadians, Phocians, Boeotians, and of the Locrians,Those facing Euboea were the Opuntian Locrians, those on the Corinthian Gulf the Ozolian. the majority of