Sparta Essay | Children in Ancient Greece

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Children in Ancient Greece

Summary: Contrasts the life of children in the ancient cities of Sparta and Athens. Concludes that children in Athens led much easier lives than their counterparts in Sparta, were better educated and enjoyed better health.
I would like to tell you a bit about the general topic of children and why considering this case. You might want to choose Athens over Sparta. There is no doubt that the children of Athens were more successful in life then Spartas. In the first place I have noticed that rules were much against children in Sparta than in Athens. In fact Spartan children where forced to go to the military, while Athenian children relaxed. In Addition the lives of children in Athens were much easier then those of Sparta. Furthermore children in Athens were better educated and had greater health and privileges then the children of Sparta did. It seems to me that I have not yet build up much trust so let me go in detail.

I maintain that that the rules were much against children in Athens. For instance the moment the...

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