From its origins in the Homeric and the aristocratic tradition, Greek education was
vastly ... The Spartans also taught music and dance, but with the purpose of ...
Boys would begin physical educati...
Education was very different in Sparta than it was in the other ancient Greek ... In
Athens, for example, boys were taught at home until they were about six years ...
Athens was for scholars. Sparta was for warriors. so in Athens, all-day math and
spelling. in Sparta, all day gym.
The cities of Athens and Sparta were bitter rivals in ancient Greece. ...
Comparison chart .... Unlike Sparta, in Athens, boys were not forced to join the
army. As an Athenian, one could get a good education and could pursue several
kinds of arts ...
What were the objectives of education in Ancient Sparta, and how did ... Boys
Male Spartan children were sent to military school at the age of six or seven.
Ancient Athens and Sparta were similar in several ways and different in several
ways. ... As an Athenian, you could get a good education and could pursue any of
... (This applied only to boys, however: Girls were restricted to other pursuits, not ...
From Athens we get the motto: A sound mind in a sound body. All schools were
very small private schools, and education was very valued. Boys Until age six ...
What subjects did boys and girls take in Ancient Sparta and Ancient Athens, and
... How do the two education systems compare to the education of NZ students?
The main similarity between Athens and Sparta was their form of government,
which ... From a young age, boys were taken from their homes and taught to grow
up ... with many opportunities to receive a quality education and pursue studies in
Both daily life and education were very different in Sparta, than in Athens or in the
other ancient Greek ... Spartan boys were sent to military school at age 6 or 7.