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The Peloponnesian War (431 – 404 BCE) was a military conflict fought in ancient Greece between the Delian League and the Peloponnesian League. At the head of these leagues were the main city states of Athens and Sparta respectively, who fought for dominance over the Greek world. While the conflict engulfed the area, the misthios known as Kassandra would sometimes employ herself and her men in the service of either League.
The first phase of the war was named the "Archidamian War", after King Archidamos of Sparta. In 404 BCE, the war was eventually won by Sparta and the Peloponnesian League, ending with the occupation of Athens.
In 425 BCE, the Spartans and Athenians engaged each other on Pylos. The Spartans were led by Brasidas and assisted by Kassandra. The Athenians were led by Kleon and assisted by Deimos. During the fight, Brasidas was injured and Kassandra was captured. The Athenian army was eventually victorious.
In 423 BCE, the Spartans and Athenians entered into an armistice, which was broken in 422 BCE.
In 422 BCE, the Spartan and Athenian forces engaged each other at Amphipolis. The Spartans, led by Brasidas, defeated the Athenians. Kassandra killed Kleon during the battle, but Brasidas was also killed.
Somewhere in the 420s BCE, Mykonian and Delian rebels, supported by Sparta would murder Podarkes, leader of the Silver Islands. The Athenian army, led by Diokles was defeated by Thaletas, Herodianos, and Kassandra.
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