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Ancient Greece Daily Life

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A short Presentation of life in Ancient Greece.

A short Presentation of life in Ancient Greece.


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  • 1. Ancient Greek Daily Life By: Betsy VerHage #23 6C
  • 2. Children If children were sick at birth they were put on a hill to die. Children were allowed to play until age seven. Once they were seven girls had to learn domestic skills and boys had to go to school. During their years of playing they would enjoy dolls, spinning tops, hoops, and yo-yos.
  • 3. Sports Men in ancient Greece took the Olympics very seriously and trained at gymnasiums very often for this event. Greeks participated in events such as long-jump, throwing the discus, javelin, boxing, wrestling, chariot and horse races, and even poetry or drama competitions.
  • 4. Sports The winner of the Olympics would receive a wreath to wear on their head.

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