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Trouble in the WestEgypt and the Persian Empire, 525-332 BC$
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Stephen Ruzicka

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199766628

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199766628.001.0001

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Into the Aegean, 394–392

Into the Aegean, 394–392

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(p.49) Chapter 6 Into the Aegean, 394–392
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Trouble in the West
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Stephen Ruzicka

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199766628.003.0007

Conon's capture of an Egyptian grain fleet headed to Rhodes revealed Egyptian-Spartan collusion, which raised the specter of Egyptian-sponsored Spartan enterprise in the eastern Mediterranean aimed at disrupting Persian campaign preparations against Egypt. This prompted reinforcement of Conon's guard fleet and anti-Spartan Persian diplomatic initiative in Greece. Conon persuaded Artaxerxes to undertake more aggressive action in 394, which led first to encounter with and defeat of the Spartan fleet near Cnidus and then to Persian recovery of Asian Greek and Aegean cities and to Persian operations in the Peloponnesus, installation of a Persian guard force on Cythera off the Peloponnesian coast, subsidies of Athens and Corinth's opposition to Spartan, and restoration of Athens’ fleet. Spartan efforts at a negotiated settlement failed in 392.

Keywords:   Conon, Nepherites, Pharnabazus, Athens, Sparta, Cythera

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