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The title of this article is conjecture. Although canon, no official name for the subject of this article has been given.
The battle of Megara was an early engagement in the Peloponnesian War, fought between the Athens-supported armies of Megara and Sparta in 431 BCE.
The Spartan army, which was commanded by Nikolaos, the "Wolf of Sparta", and his adopted son Stentor, and supported by the misthios Kassandra, claimed victory and subjugated Megara.
Behind the Scenes
- This battle might have been inspired by the Megarian decree, trade sanctions and a naval blockade imposed on the city of Megara by Athens.