Peloponnesian War By: Zoe Aviles
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"We must destroy all crops!"
"They're getting closer!"
One of Sparta’s strategy was to cut off the Athenian food supply by destroying crops.
"We need more space!"
Pericles persuaded the Athenians to allow the Spartans to destroy the countryside.
"The plague killed my husband!"
They continued the Peloponnesian War.
Because of Pericles’ plan to bring people into Athens, the city became badly overcrowded.
An outbreak of the plague occurred during the war and many of Athens soldiers and particles died from the disease.
In 421 B.C., Athens signed a truce, or an agreement to stop fighting. Athens finally surrendered to Sparta in 404 B.C.
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