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Boys school Boys went to school at the age of 6 or 7 but when they were younger they worked in fields and fished
Knucklebones Battledsore raquet Terracotta yo-yo Terracotta toys
rattles Terracotta doll
They went to certain festivals, funerals and visit neighbours
Men Women Ancient Greeks clothes was very simple
WOMEN SLAVES CHILDREN SLAVES PEOPLE SLAVES PEOPLE, WOMEN AND CHILDREN COULD BE SLAVES A WHOLE FAMILY COULD BE SLAVES
Ancient Greek helmetBoy soldiers Athenian soldiers were taught and they had to enter the army at 18 years old.
Greek fighters soldiers soldier Epheboy
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Following the inspection each one was presented with a spear and a shield.
SLAVES CLEANED AND COOKED, WORKED IN THE FIELDS, FACTORIES, SHOPS, IN THE MINES AND ON SHIPS.
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WHICh5Sec4-Daily life in Athens. Farming Farmers grew olives, grapes & figs on terraced hillsides.
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