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education in Athens

education of boys and girls in athens

what did Athenian boys learn how to do in school? they learned reading, writing, and arithmetic,music, memorized poetry, debating,
Who did Athenian boys learn from? they learned from a grammatistes
what age did boys go to school? age 7
What age were boys considered young adults? age 12 and 13
what would boys do at the end of their childhood? they would give their old toys to Apollo and Artemis.
which gender did not go to school? the girls
what did girls from well-off families have and learn? they had private tutors and were taught to read and write.
What did the mother teach to the girl? she taught spinning and weaving and how to run the home.
Created by: dmsasb