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a city in southern greece that is not present in isparta today.


stealing in sparta was not a crime. those who succeeded in stealing were rewarded for their success, but those who were caught in a crime were executed on the grounds that they were unsuccessful. edit: "theft is not a crime only if you don't get caught until children complete their education (children are not given food during education, children cannot stay at home, they can do whatever they want to survive as long as they don't get caught), they would be punished when caught. other than that, stealing was always a crime for adults." said enk.


the strongest of the greek city-states in terms of military... at first, most of its people were engaged in agriculture, but they had to create an increasing amount of military power against the uprisings of the people in the occupied lands. (see: peloponnesian war)


"as the watch-spy approached the camp, he was surprised by what he could see behind the wall. he counted how many there were, and after taking notes with ease, he returned unhurriedly; no one followed him; no one cared. he reported what he saw to xerxes as it was: "some of them are doing gymnastics. and some of them are busy combing their hair.” he added to aristonoğlu demaratos xerxes: “this is their custom: when they risk death, they decorate their heads.” (see the history of herodotus)

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