The Battle of Leuctra 371 BC
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There's a mistake in the summary cards. Sparta's total strength should be 11,000 of course. I'm deeply sorry.
Those summary cards at the end always disappear just a little too soon.
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This is … sparta .
Epaminondas used for the first time a diamond shaped Phalanx….
The slavers were ravaged by homosexuals, good show
Epaminados – I defeated the Great Spartans destroyed their power now I rule Greece
Alexander – Yeah not gonna happen
You forgot the most important part:
"The Laconians were taught to keep flutes in their army; who, advancing before them into battle, would always sound the charge. And I know that the oracle had promised victory to the Laconians, so long as they continued to use flutes in their army, and did not fight against those who kept flutes. The battle of Leuctra confirmed this prediction; for there the Laconians, without the music of flutes, fought against the Thebans, who always used flutes in battle; so that the god seemed to have foretold directly that the Thebans would defeat the Laconians." – Polyaenus, Strategems
Lesson: behind every great generals there's a great woodwind section.
You didn't mention that thebes elite forces were couples!
As a Greek I find this video very interesting !
Please!! war of korinthos
Damn you alexander for the destruction of Thebes.
Watch this battle on the kings and generals channel, they go deeper on the strategy which is called "oblique order"