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  • Hi, I am from Athens, Greece and I am going to talk to you about Athens and Sparta's geographical landscape and how they affected the greeks. We are the ancient greeks and most of us lived in Sparta or Athens. We all had to adapt to our different climates in order to survive.
  • What all of this is about is Greeces geographic landscapes in different parts of the country. Both Sparta and Athens had different geographical landscapes, so they had to live differently. They also had different lives. The people of Sparta couldn't trade easily while the people of Athens could trade easily.
  • When all of this took place was during the times of ancient Greece. Ancient greek time was from 800 BC until 146 BC, a very long time ago.
  • Where all of this took place was in ancient Greece, as you can tell. But mostly in Sparta and Athens. In Sparta, they had to grow up and all be taught to protect themselves from invaders so they wouldn't get taken over. In Athens, they had a military run by only men who weren't slaves.
  • Why this all took place is because Sparta's climate was a mountainous region while Athens was a tropical region. Also, the slaves of Sparta had lots of rights like choosing their spouses, selling extra crops and even buying their own freedom while the slaves of Athens didn't have those rights.
  • Ancient Greece was known for creating lots of things that changed the world, like democracy or the greek salad and even the theater. Greece has different climate zones like mountains in the north and tropical in the south. People of today still enjoy the culture of ancient Greece like democracy, foods, mythology, theaters and even more.
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