Ancient Greece had several jobs for men. The men could be fishermen, teachers, craftsman, etc. The women did not work outside the home and stayed home with the children.
The teachers were only men while the women stayed at home and taught the girls to cook and clean!
girls stayed in the household to help their mothers in taking care of the babies.boys helped their dad with gathering food
it stayed the same
This is decided by the Hosting City. For example in 2012 London Olympics, the torch stayed in Olympic City.
play instrumentsgo to Olympic gamesThey played a lot of sports. such as wrestling, discus, foot races. These events were in the Olympics. Most track sports like today. the kids played with each other in courtyards in there back yards. the men had parties called symposia, women were not invited to these events. They also went to theaters or acted plays, or some stayed at home, either storytelling or sewing, knitting or drawing. Some people play music, such as lyres, pipes and wooden flutes.Read more: What_did_ancient_Greece_people_do_for_fun_and_entertainment
Boys went to school girls stayed home...all children go school now.
Loyalty, because even though they were through many wars the Greeks still stayed _loyal_ to their country. (correct me if I'm wrong)
Women in most city-states of ancient Greece had very few rights. They were under the control and protection of their father, husband, or a male relative for their entire lives. Women had no role in politics. Women with any wealth did not work. They stayed indoors running their households. The only public job of importance for a woman was as a religious priestess.
The Ancient Egyptian Soldier stayed in the palace.
Achimedes was born in Italy and stayed in Greece throughout his life, as far as I know.