Battle of Ionian
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The battle of Ionian/Decelean consisted of mostly Athens and Sparta though the Peloponnesian.
The battle consisted mostly on land, in the village of Declea.
The Athenian commander was Alcibiades and the Spartan commander was King Agis II
They also fought on sea in the Aegean sea.
ATHENS IS HERE
WE ARE SPARTA
The Ionian war lasted 13 years and and Sparta won. It was fought for land but also because Sparta was scared of Athens growing power and prosperity. What was cool about this war was that this battle as the last battle in the Peloponnesian war ''The war to end all wars''
Lendering, Jona. "Decelean War." Decelean War. Livius, 2005. Web. 27 Feb. 2017. University Press Inc. "Persian, Peloponnesian, Spartan, Greek Wars." Ancient Greece. University Press Inc., 2003. Web. 28 Feb. 2017.
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