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date: 18 January 2021

Social Warslocked

  • Howard Hayes Scullard
  •  and Peter Sidney Derow

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The name given to a conflict collectively involving allies (σύμμαχοι, *socii).ὁ συμμαχικὸς πόλεμος, the revolt of the allies of *Athens (357–355 bce), led by *Rhodes, *Cos, and *Chios, with the support of *Byzantium and *Mausolus of Caria, caused by discontent at Athenian supremacy and the exactions imposed by Athenian generals and mercenaries. The defeat of Athens at sea at Embata (356) and the threat of Persian intervention (355) led to negotiations and peace. See second athenian confederacy.The conflict (220–217 bce) in which *Philip (3) V of Macedon and his Hellenic League fought against the Aetolians (see aetolian confederacy), Sparta, and *Elis. It began with Aetolian aggression and ended with the Peace of Naupactus, when concerted attempts at mediation (by *Ptolemy (1) IV, *Chios, *.

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