"페르디카스 2세"의 두 판 사이의 차이
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After this, Perdiccas was allied to the [[Sparta|Spartans]] and, in 424, helped the Spartan [[Brasidas]] to take Amphipolis from the Athenians, one of her most important colonies, mainly for its ready access to timber for her fleets. This was a severe blow to Athens, and would tie them to Macedonian timber for years to come, which strengthened Macedonia’s bargaining power considerably. In return for this, the Spartans helped Perdiccas secure his borders, by leading an assault on King Arrhabaeus of Lyncus, with the promise of support from the [[Illyrians]]. However, the Illyrians switched sides and attacked Perdiccas and his Spartan allies. The poorly trained Macedonian troops fled, and so the Spartans also retreated and attacked the Macedonian baggage train in anger. This soured relations between Macedonia and the Peloponnese for years to come, and pushed Perdiccas closer to Athens, allying himself with them in 423.
기원전 429년 페르디카스는 다시 아테네를 배반하고 1000명의 군대를
기원전 424년 그는 스파르타의 브라시다스를 도와 아테네로부터 중요한 식민지 암피폴리스를 접수하였다.