Agis II
Historical Figure
Nationality: Sparta
Date of Birth: 5th Century BCE
Date of Death: 401 BCE
Cause of Death: Natural causes
Religion: Greek pantheon
Occupation: Soldier, monarch
Spouse: Timaea
Children: Leotychides
House: Eurypontid
Political Office(s): King of Sparta
Fictional Appearances:
"The Daimon"
POD: 415 BCE
Type of Appearance: Direct

Agis II (d 401 BC) was the king of Sparta during the Peloponnesian War.

Agis in "The Daimon"

In 413 BC, Sparta suffered from a massive raid by the Athenian general Alkibiades.[1] Agis II was shocked by the ability of Athens, for the first time, to attack Sparta with impunity much the way Sparta had been doing for decades. He sought peace with Alkibiades, who returned to Athens after the raid on Sparta and seized absolute power. The two agreed to stop fighting and to work together against a common foe.[2] By 412, Athens and Sparta were prepared to attack their mutual enemy, Persia.[3]


  1. See e.g.: Atlantis and Other Places, pgs. 175-183, HC.
  2. Ibid., pgs. 198-200.
  3. Ibid., pgs. 209-214.
Royal offices
Preceded by
Archidamus II
King of Sparta
427-400 BC
Succeeded by
Agesilaus II