Reluctant Empire Buildres? Not so much so... an Athenian view on the necessity of empire

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History

 

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Jacob G

 

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October 25, 2015

 

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University

 

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The Athenians are not diplomats or official representatives, but happen to be present during the debate concerning the problems of the Athenian empire, and they ask to speak in defense of their native city. The second discussion comes when Thucydides describes the details of how the Athenian empire grew in the aftermath of the Persian War, fighting on land and sea to gain new territories...
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The second discussion comes when Thucydides describes the details of how the Athenian empire grew in the aftermath of the Persian War, fighting on land and sea to gain new territories. In this essay, the two versions of events will be compared for their insights into the Athenian identity, and in particular at the pride that Athenians felt in their military ability and democratic system of government...
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