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This is a kewl essay on the book THE BUSINESS LIFE OF ANCIENT ATHENS It was for a World History book report Very good insightful not too much or too little information The Business Life of Ancient Athens is an informative book about different aspects of Ancient businesses and Ancient ways of dealing with money This book first starts out by explaining the agricultural aspects of Ancient Athens Agriculture was not well for Athens so they had to trade a lot It is recorded as early as the 6th century BC that grain was a very big part of an average Athenians diet Therefore much grain trade was necessary because Greece land was very bad for agricultural purposes Athens had grown industrially and commercially within time and this was also a problem overpopulation Also many Spartan tribes over and over attacked Greece and destroyed any crops that might grow in the soil Peasants were also sent to work at farms but they lost care in their farms and found it better to live in the city living off small amounts of money that came from doing state services During this time many people learned ways of math because they needed to know how much grain is needed per person Although these calculations are not totally accurate they are a start in banking and maybe even other ways of mathematics The Peloponnesian War also occurred- leaving GreeceAttica with nothing Attica was forced by famine to go under Peloponnesian rule By now trade had come in an uproar Many people had found it easy to trade by sea So many merchants with not enough money would borrow money from rich people and then buy cargo space on a ship In most cases the merchant went on the ship to get the goods to sell Then on returning the merchant would sell the goods and then pay off the lender with a 225 percent interest rate In
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