Ancient Greece was made up of many city-states (polis) including Thebes, Corinth, Delphi, Argos and Rhodes.
Citizens didn’t consider themselves to be Greek, they considered themselves to come from their city-state; therefore:
Corinthians came from Corinth
Rhodians came from Rhodes

The two most important city-states of Ancient Greece were Athens and Sparta.

Women in Athens

Men in Athens

Children in Athens

Education in Athens

Read about toys In Ancient Greece. Do they differ much to what is played with today?


Marriage in Athens

Marriage in Sparta

Homes in Athens

Women in Sparta

Men in Sparta

Children in Sparta

Education in Sparta

What are the differences between Athenian and Spartan Education?


Homes in Sparta

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