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Unformatted text preview: the Great Rhetra [Dillon 6.5-6] mixed constitution [Dillon 6.25] diarchy gerousia [Dillon 6.20-22, 29] ephors [Dillon 6.23-24] assembly ( apella ) [Dillon 6.5] Aristotle's view [Dillon 6.37-44] manpower governing institutions finances education Spartan society economy land division ( kleroi ) [Dillon 6.48] extent of trade totalitarian system hoplites & helots goal ( eunomia ) Spartan citizens training of Spartan males ( agoge ) [Dillon 6.49-51; 4.23] life of Spartan men [Dillon 6.46-49] women (role in society) [Dillon 4.15-22] Spartan religion hero cults Menelaos and Helen (Menelaion) others cult of Artemis festivals of Apollo (Hyakinthia, Karneia [Dillon 3.30]) buildings Spartan King Kleomenes (rules ca. 520-490 BCE) [Dillon 6.72-78, p. 594 Table I] activity in the Peloponnesos vs. Argos (Battle of Sepeia, 494 BCE) beyond the Peloponnesos Boiotia Athens Persia untimely end the limits of Spartan power...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course CLA 2100 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '07