Come and Live in Athens!
By Tayyibah Abbas
3 acre land plots are for 100,000 Athenian Owl coins.
The Athenian Currency
This is the Athenian Currency, the Athenian Owl.
The Favored Ones
This is the symbol that shows that the Athenians were Athena's favored people.
The First Athena's Owl
This is a picture of the time when the goddess Athena made the owl her sacred animal.
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Athens' economy was based on trade. Athens was near the sea and had a good harbor. The Athenians traded honey, olive oil, silver, and beautifully painted pottery.
Athens was the center of learning. The democracy depended on well-prepared citizens. The Athenians believed that a good citizen should have a healthy mind and body.
Treatment of Women
Women weren't permitted citizenship in Athens, but they were treated fairly all the same because the patron of Athens was the goddess Athena.
Treatment of Slaves
Athens had many slaves. Some people were born into slavery. Some people were forced into slavery as captives of war.
A great fleet made Athens the leading naval power in Greece.
The Values of the Athenians
The Athenians boasted of their art and culture.
Sparta was the exact opposite of Athens. Sparta depended on brute strength and military forces, while Athens depended on their patron goddess and trusted her for the future.