Slavery was a very common practice in Ancient Greek history, as in other places
of the time. It is estimated that the majority of Athenian citizens owned at least ...
Slavery played a major role in ancient Greek civilization. Slaves could be found
everywhere. They worked not only as domestic servants, but as factory workers, ...
There were different kinds of slavery in ancient Greece. Not all slaves were
treated alike. In Sparta, there were state-owned slaves called helots. Helots were
This lesson explores slavery in ancient Greece. We examine the various forms
slavery took in Greece, comparing Spartan serfdom to Athenian chattel...
Slavery was common practice and an integral component of ancient Greece
throughout its history, as it was in other societies of the time including ancient
Women, Children and Slaves. NB: The following focuses on life in Athens. For
info on this theme as it applies to Sparta, see 'Spartan Life'.
Slaves were the lowest class in Athenian society, but according to many
contemporary accounts they were far less harshly treated than in most other
Greek cities ...
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There were three main types of slaves found in Athens: the first was the
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Slavery was the backbone to the strength and greatness of the ancient Greeks.
Slave labour allowed the citizens of Athens and Sparta to focus on the aspects of
The ancient Greeks had slaves. Slaves did everything. They cleaned and cooked
and worked in the mines and in the shops and on the ships. For the most part, ...