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The earliest Greek civilization thrived around 4000 years ago Some of the things that they had that we still use today are the arts science math literature and politics The Greeks were known for their great intelligence military strategies and their buildings All Greeks spoke the same language This made it easier to trade and to communicate between different parts of the country All Greeks believed in the same gods and also shared some common heritage The Greeks believed that there was a god for everything on earth A few examples of these gods are Zeus ruler of the gods Posidon was the god of the ocean and Hades god of the under world The Greek government was not a monarchy with a king and queen Instead the Greek government was a city-state A city-state is when each city has its own separate political unit The men were a very important part of the Greek civilization because they were the ones that ran the government The men were also the ones who would plant and work the fields or would oversee them They would also spend time sailing hunting or manufacturing things for trade For fun the men would attend drinking parties would wrestle and enjoyed horse back riding When the men held drinking parties for his friends the wives and daughters were not aloud to attend The women in the Greek civilization were very limited to what they were allowed to do They were permitted to attend weddings funerals and visit female neighbors for brief periods The main responsibility for the women were to bear children and to watch over the house and make sure it was cleaned by one of the slaves because women were rarely ever responsible for cleaning the house Women slaves were the cooks cleaners and sometimes even worked in the fields The male slaves would act as a guard and would stand at the door and protect
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