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Battle of Mytilene (406 BC)

Battle of Mytilene
Part of the Peloponnesian War
Date 406 BC
Location Mytilene
Result Spartan victory
Athens Sparta
Commanders and leaders
Conon Callicratidas
70 ships 170 ships

The Battle of Mytilene was a battle fought in 406 BC between Athens and Sparta. The Spartans were victorious.

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