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Imagine War is your only goal War is your only purpose in life The first memories of your entire life are all overshadowed with the theme of war As a teenager you went through rigorous skill tests to improve and fine-tune your body and mind It is never mentioned whom exactly you are training for yet that never seems to matter All that matters is you are ready for who or whatever threatens your city You goal in life is to fight in a war and to kill or die with honor There is only one possible place and time you could be living in Ancient Greece in the land of Sparta Ancient Greece had many different peoples all with very different mentalities One of the main groups the Athenians was based on freedom and individuality Yet one of the most interesting peoples of ancient Greece was based on an ideology far from the practice of the Athenians This group of people prided themselves on their strict behavior and mindset They were a people of war From birth till death their whole life was war and how to fight in war or how to prepare for one This group of people was known as the Spartans and they lived in the powerful city of Sparta Much that is written or said about Sparta is critical of how they practiced their culture This paper will do its best to be as objective as possible Sparta began sometime around 1200 BC and reached its height during the 7th and 8th centuries Around 1200 BC the marriage of Menelaos Ermione with the son of Agamemnon Orestes united the kingdoms of Argos and Sparta This unification of kingdoms developed into a rich culture 100 years later a group known as the Dorians came and conquered the territory The Dorian city was made up of five villages These villages later made up the city of Sparta Only four
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