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Athens vs. Sparta

Summary: An examination of the social and political differences betweeen the ancient Greek city-states Athens and Sparta. These differences caused a divisive rivalry between the two city-states that contributed to the eventual fall of ancient Greece.
Greece's mountainous terrain and islands separated Athens from Sparta because it made it very hard to travel. This separation caused them to develop differently, socially and politically. These differences caused rivalry between Athens and Sparta for power and control of Ancient Greece. During that time period, Ancient Greece falls because of the disunity and conflict between the city-states. The disunity and conflict of the city-states leads to the fall of Ancient Greece for that era.

Athens and Sparta had many social differences, and so the way the Athenians lived was very different from the way the Spartans lived. Athenians wanted the people to, "Know thy self" and be one with their body and mind. They also believed in philosophy and in Athens there were some of the greatest philosophers. There were many people in Athens that studied philosophy. Philosophy is the study of methods and limits of human...

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