Athens

By: Lauren Pellegrini and Aidan Duffus

Introduction

Ancient Athens was a very popular city-state that people lived in. The society was unfair, the education was formal, and there was a very good government. In the society, mostly men mattered because only men were citizens. In Athens, everyone had to pay for their child's education. If they were poor they wouldn't have such a good education, and If they were rich they would have a good education. Lastly Athens' government was very good because of their assembly and how a lot of people got to decide on things. Athens was a balanced city state because of the society was unfair, the education was formal, and there was a very good government.