395 BC – 387 BC – Led an army of allies into Boeotia from Phocis and was killed when his troops were surprised by a Theban ambush at Haliartus.
396 BC – He returned to Sparta where he may or may not have begun conspiring against the traditional power of the Royal families.
399 BC – On the death of King Agis, Lysander was instrumental in his former aites and Agis’ brother Agesilaus II being made king, but after mounting a joint expedition to attack Persia the new king spurned him.
403 BC – He was sent in to support the "Thirty" at Athens against the democratic revolt of Thrasybulus.
405 BC – Commander of the Spartan fleet which was victorious against the Athenians at Aegospotami.
407 BC – He was put in charge of the Spartan fleet in the Aegean, based at Ephesus when Alcibiades rejoined the Athenian side towards the end of the Peloponnesian War.
406 BC – He won a sea battle at Notium and obtained support for the Spartan cause from Cyrus the Younger, Persian satrap and son of Darius II.