This timeline deals with the history, art, and philosophy of Greece as well as the Greco-Lucanian Colony Paestum.
Because of this, Cyrus, Lysander's Ally, mounts a rebellion, which engages 13 thousand Greek Mercenaries.
Cyrus charges his brother; loses his life. Greek mercenaries made it back on the ships.
Socrates convicted for controversial ideas. Chooses the suicide option
The alienated allies of Sparta (A coalition of Athens, Thebes, Corinth and Argos) combine against it. Also, introduction of peltast (small wicker shield) soldiers into fighting.
The persian navy commanded by the satrap Pharnabazus and the Athenian admiral Conon won a decisive battle over Sparta. Important, because Cono returned to Athens and rebuilt Long Walls
The exhausted greeks agree to a peace treaty negotiated in Persia. First attempt at (koine eirene) or common peace where the principal focus was autonomy among the poleis.
Sparta takes control of Thebian Acropolis and assassinates Pro-Athenian faction in Thebes for conspiring with Persia. Ironic, considering Sparta was often the most pro-Persian greek city-state.
With the helps of the Athenians, the Thebians stage a coup expelling the Spartans. Also, second Naval confederacy (Second Athenian League) established.
Epaminondas (Thebian Comander) met the alliances of Spart and Athens in Mantinea and, although they won, he died and told his troops to make peace.
Phillip returns to Thessaly and defeats the Phocians
Pull support for Amphipolis
The history of Paestum, concurrent w/ history of mainland Greece
The history of works written outside of the history text
The dates of various pieces of Art
The walls built by Conon are still visible in Piraeus
A calvaryman who died in the Corinthian war. In the piece he is depicted victorious though
The names of the cities that joined the alliannce were inscribed on the same stone as the decree. As new states joined, their names were added.
It's construction was overseen by Mausolus' widow, Artemisia, after his death.