Thebans

Some articles on thebans, theban:

Newcastle Ravens - Caledonian Thebans Rugby Clinic
... The Ravens attended the Caledonian Thebans RFC rugby clinic in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... The Ravens achieved a 3-1 win over the Thebans and a 0-0 draw with the Cardiff Lions ...
Battle Of Mantinea (362 BC) - Battle
... The Theban army also included contingents from city-states of the pro-Theban Boeotian League ... Epaminondas' Thebans were assisted by the Arcadians loyal to the League, principally those from the city-states of Megalopolis (founded by the Thebans when they were last. 5.2.1-3) described the left wing of that Theban army as "like a trireme, with the spur of the prow out in front." Epaminondas charged and routed the Spartan right wing, winning ...
Theban Hegemony
... The Theban Hegemony lasted from the Theban victory over the Spartans at Leuctra in 371 BC to their defeat of a coalition of Peloponnesian armies at Mantinea in 362 BC, though Thebes ... Externally, the way was paved for Theban ascendancy by the collapse of Athenian power in the Peloponnesian War (431 – 404 BC), through the weakening of the Spartans ... Internally, the Thebans enjoyed two temporary military advantages The leaders of the Theban oligarchy at the time, Epaminondas and Pelopidas, were fully committed to an ...
Battle Of Haliartus - The Battle
... A sizable Theban force, however, was located nearby, perhaps unbeknownst to Lysander ... The Thebans, however, pursued the defeated troops too far, and as they entered rough and steep terrain, the fleeing soldiers turned and drove the Thebans back with heavy losses ... This reversal briefly disheartened the Thebans, but the following day Lysander's army disbanded, with each contingent returning to its home country ...
Ancient Greek Warfare - Spartan & Theban Hegemonies
... As the Thebans attempted to expand their influence over Boeotia, they inevitably incurred the ire of Sparta ... marched north to challenge the Thebans ... At the decisive Battle of Leuctra (371 BC), the Thebans routed the allied army ...