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Athens/Sparta Quiz-L

Comparison of Athens and Sparta-LGMS

CharacteristicAthens, Sparta or Both
City-state named after the goddess Athena Athens
Slaves called Helots Sparta
Students learned to recite the Iliad and Odyssey Athens
Believed everyone should be in good physical condition Sparta
city -state had social classes Both Athens and Sparta
An unhealthy baby or child could be left on mountain to die Sparta
trained to dislike luxuries and fancy foods Sparta
government was a democracy Athens
government was an oligarchy Sparta
located on the Peloponnesus of Greece Sparta
Whipped young boys to seee how much pain they could take Sparta
Told soldiers to "Come back with your shield, or on it" Sparta
Was an important trading center in the Mediterranean Athens
Famous for their pottery and beauty of the city-state Athens
Had an army Both Athens & Sparta
Socrates and Plato were philosophers from here Athens
Had may more slaves than citizens Sparta
Had Council of 500 and the Assembly in government Athens
Were thought of as the best and most feared soldiers Sparta
They were against trading with other city-states Sparta
Boys spent the majority of their lives in the military Sparta
Created by: tschoeneck