several allies, such as Miletus and Erythrae. McGregor, Government in Athens, 12223. 27 His most controversial measure, however, was a law of 451 BC limiting Athenian citizenship to those of Athenian parentage on both sides. Platias and Constantinos Koliopoulos, professors of strategic studies and international politics, "rather than to submit to coercive demands, Pericles chose war". A b Plutarch, Pericles, xxxvi Plutarch, Pericles, xxxii Plutarch, Pericles, xxxvii Kennedy, Rebecca Futo (2014).
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The residents of Histiaea, meanwhile, who had butchered the crew the Use of Myth in Daniel Wallaces Big Fish of an Athenian trireme, were uprooted and replaced by 2,000 Athenian settlers. Had been shattered beyond repair. Instead of seeking a diplomatic solution to the dispute, Pericles quickly opted for a military response. Ostracism fell into disuse after about 416.C. See original text in Perseus program Xenophon? 78 According to Plutarch, Pericles was so afraid of the oncoming trial that he did not let the Athenians yield to the Lacedaemonians. The Warships of the Delian League The warship of the time was a narrow vessel built for speed called a trireme 17 triple-banks-of-oars ship a name derived from its having three tiers of oarsmen on each side for propulsion in battle.