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Some Known Facts about Democracy in Ancient Greece

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Grand Irony

One of Athens’ most prominent statesmen was Cleisthenes, the city’s archon from 525– 524 BC. Cleisthenes is regularly viewed as the essential author of Athenian majority rules system due in vast part to his help for the well known Assembly against the desires of the capable Athenian aristocrats.Ironically, Cleisthenes himself was a respectable and an individual from the renowned Alcmaeonid family. (more…)

Biography of Leonidas I

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Leonidas I of the Agiad line was one of the two lords of the old Sparta amid the years instantly paving the way to the ‘Second Persian War’. The seventeenth leader of his line, he was the authority of the 7000 associated Greek powers against the attacking Persian armed force of 300,000 at the ‘Clash of Thermopylae’. While the future rulers of Sparta were for the most part absolved from the agoge, the thorough instruction and military preparing program that every single male resident of the city were subjected to, Leonidas experienced it nevertheless, not being the underlying successor to his dad’s position of authority. He turned into the co-ruler of Sparta at around the age of fifty.

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Some Interesting Facts about Pythagoras

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Number 10

The Pythagoreans had a hallowed image called the Tetractys. It was a triangle with 10 focuses crosswise over four columns, intended to symbolize the association of space and the universe. Ten, they accepted, was the quantity of the most elevated request, which contained the course of every single mortal thing. Furthermore, they truly worshiped it.Pythagoras’ devotees had a set supplication they used to adore the number 10. “Favor us, divine number, thou who produced divine beings and men!” they would state. (more…)

Biography of Euclid

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Euclid was an awesome Greek mathematician. Albeit little is thought about his initial and individual life, he went ahead to contribute significantly in the field of arithmetic and came to known as the ‘Father of Geometry’, Euclid is known to have shown science in Ancient Egypt amid the rule of Ptolemy I. (more…)

Slavery in Ancient Greece

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Procurement of Slaves

Countless were detainees of war, as a rule some portion of the goods seized by the triumphant armed force. One celebrated case originates from Philip II of Macedon, who sold 20,000 ladies and youngsters into subjection after the attack of Scythia in 339 BC. The association between war goods and slave acquisition was tight to the point that slave merchants once in a while joined the armed forces amid their crusades so they could purchase the detainees instantly after they were caught. (more…)

Homer Biography

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Homer, hailed as the artist of ‘The Iliad’ and ‘The Odyssey’, the two incredible stories which established the framework of Greek writing, has sadly come down to us similarly as a name. Truth be told, numerous cutting edge researchers are not persuaded that there was really a man named Homer. Agreeing them, these two legends were the works of a gathering of artist vocalists, all things considered known as Homer. Another gathering notwithstanding, perceives that there was in reality a writer named Homer, however he had just refined the stories and ordered them into the two sagas. (more…)


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