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C. The effect of all this was the creation of Athens. 1. Before Pisistratus, Athens consisted of warring clans competing for political power just as they competed in war and in Olympic competition. 2. Although Pisistratus was himself an ambitious aristocrat, he managed to bequeath to the Athenians a state that had a far more clearly defined sense of Athenian identity. D. After the death of Pisistratus (528/7 BC), his sons continued to hold power, probably through alliances with some of the leading families.

437-432 Construction of the Propylaea 431-404 Peloponnesian War 430/29 Plague in Athens; death of Pericles 421-408 Construction of the Erechtheum 415-413 Athenian invasion of Sicily 405 Battle of Aegispotami 404 Athens surrenders 404-403 Thirty Tyrants at Athens 399 Death of Socrates (born 469) 395-387 Corinthian War 386 Foundation of Plato’s Academy 382 Sparta seizes Cadmeia, citadel of Thebes 378 Second Athenian Confederation founded 371 Thebes defeats Sparta at Leuctra; end of Spartan hegemony 362 Battle of Mantinea; end of Theban hegemony 359-336 Reign of Philip II of Macedon 347 Death of Plato (born 429) 338 Battle of Chaeronea; Philip conquers Greece 336-323 Reign of Alexander the Great 56 © 1998 The Teaching Company Limited Partnership Biographical Notes Alexander the Great: Son of Philip II and remembered for the Greek conquest of the Persian Empire before his sudden death in 323 BC.

Pisistratus conducted an aggressive foreign policy that added to Athens' prosperity. 1. He conducted peaceful relations with other tyrants such as Lygdamis of Naxos and Policrates of Samos. 2. Under Pisistratus' leadership, the Athenians annexed the island of Delos, acquiring control of the prestigious sanctuary of Apollo. C. The effect of all this was the creation of Athens. 1. Before Pisistratus, Athens consisted of warring clans competing for political power just as they competed in war and in Olympic competition.

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