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Quiz : Are you a Spartan or an Athenian?

Are you a Spartan or an Athenian?

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Are you a Spartan or an Athenian?
Congratulations you are an Athenian!!!

Athenians were very much interested in the maths, physics, trigonometry, astrology, philosophy, arts, architecture, mysticism, and aesthetics.Great Athenian Philosophers : Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Thales, Dimokritos, Pythagoras, Heraclitus, Diogenes, .....etc.....
Congratulations you are an Spartan!!!

Spartans were very much interested in discipline and physical toughness and they were trained to survive in times of privation.Glorious Spartan Battle : Battle of Thermopylae A Greek force of approximately 7,000 men marched north to block the pass in the middle of 480 BC. The Persian army, alleged by the ancient sources to have numbered over one million arrived at the pass in late August or early September. The vastly outnumbered Greeks held off the Persians for seven days (including three of battle) before the rear-guard was annihilated in one of Worlds history's most famous last stands. During two full days of battle, the small force led by the Spartan King Leonidas, blocked the only road by which the massive Persian army could pass. After the second day, a local resident named Ephialtes betrayed the Greeks by revealing a small path that led behind the Greek lines. Leonidas, aware that his force was being outflanked, dismissed the bulk of the Greek army and remained to guard their retreat with 300 Spartans and 700 Thespians, fighting to the death. Others also reportedly remained, including up to 900 helots and 400 Thebans; most of these Thebans reportedly surrendered. Glorious Spartan Phrase : "Μολὼν λαβέ" "Molon Lave" ("Come and take them!" was the answer of the Spartan King Leonidas to the Persian King Xerxes' who demanded that the Greeks should give up their weapons)

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