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After the Peloponnesian War, the city-state of Athens gained much wealth and used it to spread ideas and culture outside of Greece lost much power and influence but became a cultural center of Greece gained more power and influence and expanded into an empire was taken over by Sparta and became a center of trade and culture in Greece

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  1. anonymous
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    @paki @Rushwr

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    Strife among prominent city-states contending with one another for power continued to plague Greece in the years following the Peloponnesian War. The losses of population, the ravages of the plague, and the financial difficulties brought on by the war caused severe hardships for Athens. Not even the amnesty that accompanied the restoration of Athenian democracy in 403 B.C. could quell all the social and political animosities that the war and the rule of the Thirty Tyrants had exacerbated, and the most prominent casualty of this divisive bitterness was the famous philosopher Socrates, whose trial for impiety in 399 B.C. resulted in a sentence of death. The Athenian household— the family members and their personal slaves— nevertheless survived the war as the fundamental unit of the city-state's society and economy...

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    so still i dont get what that means

  4. Rushwr
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    what i know about this is that sparta won over atheinians

  5. anonymous
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    yeaah me tooo but i dont get itt

  6. Rushwr
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    So maybe it is the last answer ! @_GuessWho_ Try ur luck

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