Title<br />Contents<br />Athens – A day in life<br />Athens – Government<br />Sparta – A day in life <br />Sparta – Government<br />Alexander the Great – Personal information <br />Alexander the Great – Alexanders empire<br />Olympic games <br />Philosophers <br />Bibliography <br />Contents<br />
In Athens only boys went to schools , girls stayed home and helped there mothers.<br />Athenian women got married in the teens.<br />Athenian women stayed home and did cooking , sewing , weaving and more.<br />Athenian men did a lot of sports<br />Most of Athens debates were war against other city-state.<br />Athenian people were very religious.<br />Athenian people where very wealthy.<br />Athens – a day in life<br />
In Athens Athenian women, children and slaves weren't aloud to vote in democracy only men were.<br /> In Athens they pick around 500 people and those people got to make new laws for one year.<br />Athenian people were the first ones to use democracy.<br />In Athens they held a assembly witch oped to all citizens that's when the decided all the laws and some of the citizens could speak up if they had something to say about the laws.<br />A council of 500 ran the assembly.<br />Women were not aloud to go to the assembly only men were.<br />Only men over 18 were aloud to vote in Athens.<br />Athens- Government <br />
Spartan women were taught skills to protect them selves in a battle.<br />The Spartan women also stayed home and did cooking , cleaning and making clothes.<br />when Spartan turn seven they leave home.<br />Spartan citizens had farms that the slaves wood look after.<br />Sparta – A day in Life<br />
Sparta government was an oligarchy.<br />The laws were created by the council.<br />The council was the two kings and twenty-eight elders<br /> In Sparta government there was only a few people in it.<br />Only men over 30 could support in the council.<br />Two kings made up there minds about the laws.<br />Spartans also held assembly's with the council and the kings.<br /> Women were not aloud to vote and go to assembly’s.<br />Sparta - Government<br />
<ul><li> Alexander was the son of Philip II of Macedonia and queen Olympias.
When he was young he learned Greek philosophy, art and science – Aristotle was his teacher.
Alexander became ruler when he was twenty, after his father had been killed.
Alexander married a Persian princess called Roxane,and also </li></ul>Statira, the daughter of the Persian king Darius.<br />Alexander the Great – Personal Information <br />
Alexander the Great – Alexander’s empire<br />After Alexander dad died he took over his dad empire.<br /> After Alexander conquered some places he named them Alexandria after himself.<br />At the age of thirty Alexander the Great had the largest empire in ancient history.<br />
Only men were aloud in the Olympics.<br />The Olympic games were held in honour of Zeus to Greek god of heaven. <br /> The ancient Greece Olympic games were held around 776BC.<br />In ancient Greece they did the Olympics every fore years.<br />The most popular events were chariot racing, long jump, wrestling, javelin throwing , 200 metre sprint and the marathon.<br />The ancient Olympic Games were held at Olympia in the city-state of Elis.<br />If there was a war going on when the Olympic Games were on the would stop the war until the Olympic Games were over.<br />The most dangerous sport in the Olympics was the <br />Chariot races. <br />Olympic games <br />
Socrates was the most famous philosopher.<br />Philosophy means “Lover of Wisdom”.<br />Socrates, Plato and Aristotle were the most well known philosophers.<br />Plato was a student of Socrates <br />Plato opened his own academy for students.<br />Aristotle got thought philosophy at Plato's academy.<br />When Alexander the Great was travelling around the country he sent a messenger back to Athens with unusual plants for Aristotle to study on.<br />After Socrates died Plato started to write his own ideas<br /> about philosophy. <br />Philosophers<br />