Think about Stalin or Hitler, yes, they used their knowledge as power. The Athenians were considered to introduce the term democracy which comes from the Greek words demos — the people and kratos which means — to rule. They could not go anywhereor do anything without their husband's permission. They used their intellect to help them create one of the best navys of the ancient world at the time. In that way the equality was breached. The person of Alcibiades himself might not be that important, and it wasn't only his fault that all went wrong.
They weren't allowed to use it it go near it! The Athens government was called a Democracy. It's bad enough that experts often cannot agree on what should be done, but letting laymen decide without time or resources to get the facts just seems like a really bad idea. In the conquest of other city-states, they set up fragile support structures and inefficient reconstruction of those they conquered. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. The only truly military state in ancient Greece, Spartans, men, women and children were born into, and lived in an existence that was ruled by regiment and organisation. Inmost of the other Greek city-states, women were required to stayinside their homes most of their lives.
Tell students they are about to explore the roots of two political systems: totalitarianism and democracy. Sparta was scared that contact with other city-states would lead to new ideas and weaken it's government. Other Greek cities set up democracies even though most followed an Athenian model, but none were as powerful,stable or as well-documented as the Athens were. In athens, the peoples assembly had the power to give orders to the strategoi, the leading military officials. They were chosen by lot, fifty from each tribe. Other city-states were not excited about receiving iron as payment from Sparta.
The judges were also drawn by lots, as well as the archontes. They would additionally serve as a court in the state, with the power to punish, fine and ban citizens, and even attempt to try the kings in extreme circumstances, should they do something that would require intervention. Newborn males judged to be weak were left to die of exposure. In conclusion, I think that although there were perks and advantages to living as a citizen woman the cons far outweigh the pros. The Spartans spent their lives drilling and practicing their formations and it showed in battle. There were certain requirements before a Spartan could be considered for the Gerousia, they would of course have to be a Spartan citizen, be over sixty years old and the more noble your family, the more chance you had of becoming an elder.
Athenian democracy developed in the Greek city-state of Athens, somewhere around 508 B. Overall, Greece has more qualities akin to what we see as a society. New Heaven: Yale University Press, 1989. This type of government is called Oligarchy. It is famous for its powerful army as well as its battles with the city-state of Athens during the Peloponnesian War. The Athens-Sparta Comparison activity is well done! A man could divorce his wife, without reason, at any time in ancient Athens. But Sparta was very different from all the other Greek city-states.
Women could visit other female friend's houses but even then had to be accompanied by at least one slave. This lesson plan may be used to address the academic standards listed below. Robert Dahl explains that a good city cannot be separated in two rivalry camps because this could lead to conflicts between the citizens, and also it could disturb the public good. They learnt to read- in school or at home. Spartan society depended heavily on their Helots slaves.
Sparta: Women had more rights than Athens. InSparta, girls also went to school at age 6 or 7. Indeed, the Spartan king Menelaos instigated the after the Trojan prince abducted his wife , offered to Paris by the goddess as a prize for choosing her in a beauty contest with fellow goddesses and. This could be shown through many typical actions which took place, such as men having two lovers at a time male and female , having two homes barracks and home with wife , and the insignificance of life. Or use up more resources? Based on the facts that i found in my research, in my opinion i think the Athenian Government, a Democracy, is the better choice because it is ruled and voted on by the people for the people. At a very young age, around five or six, the government would take you away from your family to train to be a soldier.
A lot of great Spartan battles happened in their history. Athens is said to be the birthplace of democracy. This was the place which comments all the issues related to the business. Athens was generally a rich city. But in a western democracy everyone who actually has the power make policy guidelines should be elected. She wonders whether she is creating a potential risk for the company if any of them is involved in an accident that relates to a potential violation Peter feels Gwyn needs guidance with hiring practices Peter.
The Athenians also had one of the greatest naval fleets in the Aegean Sea. All the bureaucracy was drawn by lots. They could travel to other cities, could own land, and were allowed to trade. Athens didn't have to kill people in order to be remembered! I think Sparta had less slaves as well. Education in Sparta We already know that eduction was important to the Spartans, even though it might not be the first thing that springs to mind when considering the Spartans. All critical offices in the state, where skill and experience was critical were elected.