How did the peloponnesus war differ from the persian war

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It was different from other conflicts like the Persian Wars because there was no outside conflict. It was a conflict between the two Greek "Superpowers" and they both felt like it was necessary to gain an edge over the other. After fighting this war, Sparta was victorious. However, it left the entirety of Greece weak. Philip II of Macedonia took advantage of this, and conquered Greece. Read more on Brainly.com - brainly.com/question/8632268#readmore (got this from another post  :)


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The Peloponnese war differ from the persian war because there is no outside conflict. It was a conflict between the two Greek "Superpowers" because they felt that they need to fight against power just to see who is more powerful between them.


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