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Ancient Greece

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by JerritNorris
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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Ancient History
Grade:
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EDUCATION

In the ancient greece world, warfare was seen as a necessary evil of the human condition.Whether it be small frontier skirmi-shes between neighboring city-state,lengthy city-sieges,civil wars, or large-scale battles between multi-alliance blocks on land sea. The vast rewards of war could outweigh the costs in material and lives.

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DAILY LIFE

ARCHITECTURE

Ancient Greece

Between 40% and 80% of the population of classical athens were slaves. At its enonomic height, in 5th and 4th centuries B.C., Ancient greece was the most advanced economy in the world.

The architecture of ancient greece is the architecture produced by the greek-speaking people (Hellenic people) whose culture flourished on the greek mainland,pelponnese,aegean island, and in colonies in anatolia and italy for a period from about 900 B.C. until the 1st century A.D., with the earliest remaining.

Children in most of ancient greece started their education at age seven. In sparta, boys were given military training from ages 7 to 12 to prepare them for service in the army. Girls also were required to train physically. They believed strong wemon produced strong babies.

Life in ancient greece was quite different for men and wemon, Their lives were centred on the home. Slavery was a central fearture of life in greece. Families or reasonable wealth would have slaves to carry out the household chores, to go shopping at the market and even to help bring up children.

Olgarchy for the greek (or more particularly the Athnians) any system which excluded power from the whole citizen-body and was not a tyranny or monarchywas described as an oligarchy. Oligarchies were perhaps the most common form of city-state goverment and they often occurred when democracy went wrong.


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