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ATHENAS TEMPLE WAS THE iNSIDE THE PARTHENON WAS A STATUE MADE OUT OF GOLD OF ATHENA PARTHENON.
He was the last king who lived in here, he sacrificed fighting to save his city people think that never anyone could take the place of such good king.
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Greeks Temples The Greeks built temples as homes for their Gods Each temple was for a particular God or Goddess
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The city states were unique because each one had their own way to organize people lived in one city- state and the surrounding. Similar customs
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