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Sparta - Lacedaemonia - Resources on the Ancient Greek City of ...
Sparta, a leading city-state in ancient Greece. Resources on the ancient Greek city-state of Sparta (Lacdaemonia) whose citizens were known for their harsh ...
Ancient History: Sparta Rise to Power - Ancient/Classical History
Sparta had a downwardly mobile society, but it still defeated Athens,largely due to luck (the Athenian plague) and the development of a superior navy.
Sparta - A Military State - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Unlike Athens, ancient Sparta was run and organized primarily as a military state.
Sparta - A Military City-State - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Sparta a military city-state. Spartans and Messenians and the Messenian War.
What Is a Spartan? - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Spartan is an adjective used to describe ancient Greeks from the polis of Sparta and people who behave in ways thought to have been typical of these Spartans.
Aristotle on the Mixed Form of Government in Sparta
Aristotle describes the mixed government of ancient Sparta.
Ecclesia - What Was the Ecclesia in Sparta - Ancient/Classical History
In A History of Greece, to the Death of Alexander the Great, J. B. Bury says the Spartan Assembly or Ecclesia was restricted to Spartiate men of at least 30* years ...
Sparta and Samos - Spartan Colony Samos - Ancient/Classical History
Relations between Samos and Sparta were at times close despite the fact that Samos was not properly a colony of Sparta.
List of Names and Dates of Spartan Kings - Ancient/Classical History
Two Spartan kings, hereditary monarchs, one from each of the Agiad and Eurypontid families, had priestly obligations and the power to make war ( although by ...
Cynisca of Sparta - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The daughter of the Eurypontid king of Sparta, Archidamus (c. 469-427), and sister of Agesilaus (who ruled from c. 399-360), Cynisca won renown in her own  ...
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