Sparta

By: Lily Johnson and Alex Amen

Introduction

Sparta was a city-states that were located in Greece. This city-state at one point was very similar to Athens. Athens and Sparta were city-states that were rivals and fought a lot against each other. Sparta had their pros and cons. In Sparta they had things that were important to each other. In Sparta the valued education and many more. Sparta had a lot of things that they valued in their city-state and in their lives.

Sparta Education

In Sparta learned how to fight at a young age in their lives. They were tough to fight by their parents so that they could do things on their own. They taught their kids at a young age to fight so that they so that they can defend themselves at a young age. In Sparta their education was to produce good soldiers. Spartans would grow stronger they get older and would become soldiers other than artist or thinkers. In Sparta they wanted to make them strong and loyal.

Conclusion

Sparta had a lot of things that they valued in their city-state. Some of the things that Sparta valued were education and many more. Sparta had a strong government and army along with a lot of things for protection. In was important to Sparta that kids learned how to fight at a young age. Sparta was a powerful city-state in Greece that valued many things.