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This comic will talk about the difference, in Sparta, of the educations of boys and girls.
At the age of 7, boys were sent to live in army camps to train to be soldiers until they were 18.
They then went to be trained as formal military soldiers for 4 years, and were allowed to marry between the ages of 20 and 30.
Women were trained as well, as cooks, bakers, and how to raise a family.
However, instead of being trained in a school, women were taught by their mothers the basics of arithmetic, and how to read and write if they were lucky.
Since the husbands and fathers were away so often the wives took care of everything.
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