Though the Battle of Athenz was obviously decisive to the Athenian/Spartan conflict—or at least temporarily so, there were far more important ripple effects. The Nobunaga referred to in the plaque was none other than Nobunaga-Gaisen.
Essential to the history of the xthaere was the humiliation that Nobunaga-Gaisen experienced by hiring his forces out as mercenaries. Even though they were successful in battle, he was ashamed at how low he had sunk. After the fighting was over, he wandered off alone, heading what we would call northeast. He had heard of a place where three rivers joined together with such strange force that the flesh would be stripped off the largest of Uintotheria in moments.
Unbeknownst to him, two of his most loyal soldiers followed him.
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Yes, Battle of Athenz day ceremony in the Summer of 2003. Well attended, during the exhibition at the Mercury Artworks Gallery. The first dedication of a Kcymaerxthaere plaque.
This was Kcymaerxthaere installation #001 and the first in what we call the United States!!!
Text of the Marker
The part of the story installed here:
Battle of Athenz
From this building, Timon, later immortalized by Shakespeare (3rd Earl of Oxnard), watched with satisfaction as the final Athenian counterattack was stopped by Nobunaga’s samurai, ensuring a Spartan victory.
First Kcy Exhibition and Dedication
The presentation to the public and celebration after a successful installation.