Spartan women, unlike their Athenian counterparts, received a formal education
that was supervised and ...
Spartans believed in a life of 'discipline, self denial, and simplicity,' and so the
purpose of education was, simply, to produce an army. When babies were born, ...
Spartan Education & Military Training. The primary purpose of Spartan ...
Throughout their adolescent and teenage years, Spartan boys were required to ...
Mar 20, 2012 ... When a boy child was born, the city-state of Sparta gave him a piece of land (
Greek: κλήρος, kliros) thus making him a full citizen of Sparta.
Historic information about the Greek city-state of Sparta and the Spartan Agoge
Both daily life and education were very different in Sparta, than in Athens or in the
other ancient Greek city-states. With the exception of the Athenians (who ...
Education was very different in Sparta than it was in the other ancient Greek city-
states. The purpose of education in other Greek city-states was to produce good ...
Spartan culture was centered on loyalty to the state and military service. At age 7,
Spartan boys entered a rigorous state-sponsored education, military training ...
Mar 5, 2013 ... Spartan girls were allowed to remain with their parents, but they were also
subjected to a rigorous education and training program. While boys ...
Spartan boys left their families at 7 to be trained to become part of the full-time
professional army. Had very strict education and training. Boys were not well fed