Why did the Peace of Nicias fail to reconcile Athens and Sparta?
In the third volume of his landmark four-volume history of the
Peloponnesian War, Donald Kagan examines the years between the
signing of the peace treaty and the destruction of the Athenian
expedition to Sicily in 413 B.C. The principal figure in the
narrative is the Athenian politician and general Nicias, whose
policies shaped the treaty and whose military strategies played a
major role in the attack against Sicily.
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