Athens vs. Sparta
Athens and Sparta Definitions
Definition of Athens
Athens is currently the capital city of Greece and has been having the status of the principal town in the country for several decades. It is also known as one of the most historical cities in the world and has its history going down several centuries. They had a different way of living life and had more opportunities at that time as compared to other cities. It was a developed city which introduced the concept of democratic rule for the first time. There was active politics involved in the city and its laws which always were fighting between them to gain control of the city. People were educated and did not have any obligation to join the Army. It developed the military by paying people from other places and always wanted to take over the whole country by force. Therefore many wars were fought in or around the city.
Definition of Sparta
Sparta is currently known as Laconia was a neighboring city of Athens which was famous for its warriors. They had the benefit of an excellent location which was that they were surrounded by hills. Therefore, no one could invade it. Although the people of this city were trained heavily in Warcraft they did not start wars and conquer other places. Generally, they were considered peaceful and always stayed that way unless they were attacked. They were not much educated, and people were forced to join the army, but one benefit which they had over Athens was that they were ruled by two powerful kings who always provided enough money to keep the city life going. They valued their women immensely and made them a part of their lives. It was also smaller in size, but there weren’t much politics because their affairs were run by gangs.