It was a glorious victory, and Pelopidas hired the Sacred Band for any military campaign that followed. The clash unfolded near a shrine of Apollo in the region, where the Sacred Band was led by its then-leader Pelopidas. According to ancient sources and various historians, all of them were homosexual lovers, exceptionally well-trained pairs of them. The clash of the warring city-states came near the village of Leuctra that year, hence how the name of the battle was conceived. But the profound connection between two males may well have been specifically perceived as battlefield-ready exclusively in the military circles of Thebes. Sep 21, Stefan Andrews. Monument to Spartans in Greece near the place of a legendary battle. Among historians, however, one of the most hotly debated questions is whether these men were really all homosexuals.
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