So the Athenians were assaulted on both sides, both by sea and by land. The Peloponnesians, dividing their galleys into small numbers because they could not come near with many at once and resting between, assailed them by turns, using all possible valour and mutual encouragement to put the Athenians back and gain the fort. Most eminent of all the rest was Brasidas.
Member for 5 years, 1 month
5 profile views
Last seen Oct 23 at 23:02
- History 2.8k 2.8k 22 gold badges1818 silver badges4141 bronze badges
- Mythology & Folklore 2k 2k 22 gold badges66 silver badges2929 bronze badges
- Stack Overflow 1.2k 1.2k 77 gold badges1717 silver badges2525 bronze badges
- Arqade 720 720 33 gold badges1010 silver badges2121 bronze badges
- Latin Language 353 353 11 gold badge22 silver badges1111 bronze badges
- View network profile →
Top network posts
- 35 What is the first horse name recorded in history?
- 22 Did any Greek mythological hero father a son who surpassed him in fame?
- 17 Baron is to Barony as Earl is to what?
- 17 Who was the English Knight Templar holding command in the Mongol Army?
- 17 Has Catholic excommunication ever caused the dethronement of any king?
- 12 For how long were freed slaves in Ancient Rome supposed to wear a Pileus hat?
- 12 Were "Little Ship" owners and crew compensated for evacuating Dunkirk?
- View more network posts →