Corinth and Megara (kind of)

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Which city state did Athens go to war with and win a clear naval victory?
Aegina and the Athenians captured seventy enemy ships
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How did the Athenians manage to defend the city of Megara despite most of their army being away?
They raised in the city a force out of old men and the very young men who had been left behind and marched to Megara under the command of Myrandis
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What defensive measures did the Athenians take in around 458BC ?
Bean to build long walls down to the sea, it threatened Sparta being able to pass the Gulf of Crisa and the route of Gerneia
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Why was the Battle of Tangara a turning point?
At the battle Sparta and her allies were victorious and Aegina surrendered and were forced to hand over their fleet
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How did the Athenians manage to defend the city of Megara despite most of their army being away?

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They raised in the city a force out of old men and the very young men who had been left behind and marched to Megara under the command of Myrandis

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