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This is Athens. It was the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization, and empire. In Athens education and arts were respected and women didn't have as many rights.
The military was very important here. At age 7, Spartan boys entered a rigorous state-sponsored education, military training, and socialization program. Known as the Agoge, the system emphasized duty, discipline, and endurance. Although Spartan women were not active in the military, they were educated and enjoyed more status and freedom than other Greek women.
Both Sparta and Athens fought and helped defeat the Persians. Sparta fought the ones at land and Athens the one at sea. (They were best friends)
After they defeated the Persians many city states made alliances. Athenian power grew and soon Athens was taking control. Then war happened after Sparta tried to attack Athens.
Though Athens put a tough fight Sparta won. when Athens surrendered because of food and shelter.
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