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What was the form of government for Athens? Democracy
What was the form of government for Sparta? Oligarchy
Athens was named after whom? The goddess of wisdom.
Why was Athens walled? Because Athens did not have a strong army who could protect it's borders.
Where was Athens? By the sea.
Did Athens have wealthy people? Yes
Did Sparta have wealthy people? No
Did Athens have an army and if not, than what did it have? No, Athens had a very strong navy.
Where was Sparta? On a farming plain.
What was Sparta's biggest goal. To have a very strong military.
What was the peninsula called? The Peloponnesus Peninsula.
When did Athens become a democracy? 500 BCE
How old did you have to be to vote in Athens? 18 years old.
What was Athens' government called? The Council of 500.
How old did you have to be to be in the Council of 500? 30 years or older.
When did the Council of 500 meet? Every 10 days.
How many citizens had to be present at the Assembly? 6000 people.
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