The BEST Place on Earth
Everyone gets a Say!
Music, art, and activities.
-On the hillside a theater lays, for plays of comedy or tragedy, where anywhere you sit, you can hear them. They will even preform music too!
-Our art is about our gods. Beautiful Athena, is starred in many paintings. For art we have pottery, we make clay pots, bowls, and vases to sell. Also our architecture is art. From government buildings to school we take architecture very seriously.
You can be a merchant. (Trading selling, and traveling). You can be a farmer. (Growing, collecting and selling). You can be a fisherman. (Fishing, and selling). You can be an educator. (Teaching). Or you can go freestyle. (Do anything you want)
-Women in Athens do not get to vote, yet are able to live lives. Men 20 to 50 could be called up to help in the military.
Rankings of each Class of People.
Next are the merchants, farmers, and others job workers.
Then there are the women.
After that are the slaves at the bottom.
- The Parthenon, a temple to worship our most favored goddess Athena
- The Acropolis, a mountain, that we trust to hold our beloved Parthenon
- The Agora, a shop for anything and everything
Athena, our Beloved Goddess is worshiped in the Parthenon.
Our trusted hill to house The Parthenon.
The Agora is a market place at the base of our Acropolis. It sells anything Merchants can get their hands on.
Gods and Goddesses
Some of the other worshiped Gods!
God of grape harvesting, wine making, wine, and theater.
God of the sky, weather, law, order, and fate.
God of light, sun, truth, prophecy, healing, plague, music, and poetry.
Transportation- You can walk everywhere, for trading you can use a boat to travel elsewhere.
-Be careful to pay off your debt, or else you could be sent out of the city for not paying.
If you are a male between your 20's and 50's you could be called up to military.
-Of course you are going to have natural disasters, just like any place, but be aware of them. Especially because we are by the shore. (tsunamis, earthquakes, and hurricanes)