... bits being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die. Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' .

Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power. The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence. These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." . Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die.

Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' . Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power. The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence.

These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." . Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die. Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' .

Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power. The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence. These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." .

Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die. Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' . Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power.

The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence. These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." . Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die.

Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' . Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power. The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence.

These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." . Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die. Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' .

Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power. The Pelloponesian War was something to be questioned as to a basic reasoning of why it had been declared. In Athens, the more reasonable, the more negotiable types of Greekswere encountered, which usually subtly tried to enlarge there influence. These types of people also kept the city-state of Athens more stable yet also open to attack since their focus was on the status of becoming larger and occupying more land. As evidenceArchidamus said himself that "The Athenians have allies as numerous as our own, and allies that pay tribute, and war is a matter not so much of arms as of money, which makes arms of use." . Sparta of course, ruled by the ruthless tribe of the Dorians, had subjected every Spartan to certain requirements of the city-state which led to such happenings as frail babies being exposed to cold temperatures on the mountaintops and left to die.

Notonly did Spartans expect to have strong, pain-endurance trained boys, but also had the women do gymnastics in order to bear strong children. These kinds of trials gave Spartaan overwhelming military outlook which led them to believe that they were invincible against any adversary, even the Athenians with their strong allies. As Sthenelaidas spoke before the war, "Vote therefore, Lacedaemonians" (Spartans) ", for war, as the honour of Sparta demands, and neither allow the further aggrandizement of Athens, nor betray our allies to ruin, but with the gods let us advance against the aggressors.' . Hence, it seems that the Pelloponesian War was only the result of an abundant amount of greed for power.