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4 November, 08:18

How did Athens and Sparta differ?

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Athenians were not interested in sports, while Spartans were.

Athens had a direct democracy, while Sparta was ruled by kings.

Athenians wrote great drama, while Spartans focused on poetry.

Athenians and Spartans worshipped different gods and goddesses.

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  1. 4 November, 08:42
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    The correct answer is B) Athens had a direct democracy, while Sparta was ruled by kings.

    Athens and Sparta differed in that Athens had a direct democracy, while Sparta was ruled by kings.

    Sparta was a city-state known for its fierce warriors. They were governed by two kings and the art of war was of the utmost importance for Spartans to the degree that they teach military defense to children. On the other hand, Athens was more a place for thinkers and philosophers who devised the government system called democracy, in which citizens can elect their rulers.
  2. 4 November, 09:55
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    The correct answer is B, "Athens had a direct democracy, while Sparta was ruled by kings."
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