Design, create or produce an informational chart, dictionary, comic strip, etc. to inform your audience of Ancient Greece.
Spartan men devoted their lives to military service, and lived communally well into adulthood. A Spartan was taught that loyalty to the state came before everything else, including one’s family.
Religion was important to the ancient Greeksbecause they believed that it would make their lives better while they were living. They also believed the gods would take care of them when they died. The Ancient Greeks believed in many different gods and goddesses.
All healthy male Spartan citizens participated in the compulsory state-sponsored education system, the Agoge, which emphasized obedience, endurance, courage and self-control
A wife's duty was to maintain the household, and her education was limited to domestic training so that she might "see as little, hear as little, and ask as few questions as possible." Women were viewed as physically, intellectually, and morally inferior to men, requiring constant guidance from their husbands and fathers..
Greek theatre began in the 6th century BCE in Athens with the performance of tragedy plays at religious festivals. These, in turn, inspired the genre of Greek comedy plays. The two types of Greek drama would be hugely popular and performances spread around the Mediterranean and influenced Hellenisticand Roman theatre.