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Ancient Greeced: Athens VS. Sparta

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what is a ser of written laws constitution
what are slaves called in sparta helots
what is a hoplite a citizen-soldier of the Ancient Greek city-states
how did spartas military affect other armies they were very powerful so other armies looked up to them and tried to be as powerful as they were.
list 2 achievements greek made during the Hellenistic age Jury made of citizens and created alphabeta
who are considered citizens in Athens free athenian born men over the age of 18
how is the united states democracy different from Athens democracy Athens had a direct democracy were every one voted on everything while the united states have a representative democracy where the citizens vote on people to vote for them
explain " i am the 1 who knows everything and that is that i know one thing and that is that i know nothing i'm in favor of this because truly no one knows everything. a lot of people compared to everything there is to know are towards the nothing end.
what is different about athens and sparta's citizens athens- had more power or say for it's city-state sparta- had less power could only vote yes or no
what is different about sparta and athens lifesyle athens- more educated people started miliotary at age 18 Sparta- more war like people started military at age 18 then not till age 20 took citizen test
Created by: benleonard13