Sparta and Athens Sparta and Athens
There were not 36 wars between Athens and Sparta.
The Peloponnesian War
The Peloponnesian War.
The Peloponnesian War .
The Thirty Years Peace.
The Peloponnesian Wars.
Athens, Greece I think
In ancient Greece Olympia was the venue for the games which took their name after this city: The Olympic games. They were not in Athens. The modern Olympic Games are different.
it was in the main part of ancient Greece like Athens or Sparta
Sparta hated Athens because they destroyed their city.
There are several regional mountain groups across the Peloponnesus that separate Athens from Sparta including the Argolids, Arcadia, and Tsakonia. There is a map that shows these regions. Note: As it is a medieval map, Sparta is not listed, but its location is very close to the listed city of Lacedaemon.
They weren't. They were held at Olympia, hence the name.
The Peloponnesian War, the history of which was recorded by the Athenian general Thucydides.
Greece. IfAthens and Sparta do not appear on a map, it is a bad map.
There were many battles between Athens and Sparta. They also fought on the same side several times. There was a war between Athens and its allies and Sparta and its allies, which we now call the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BCE) for no good reason, as it was fought throughout the Mediterranean from Sicily to Asia Minor. It contained many battles. Did you have one in particular in mind?
Just to name a few, in Sparta they had nearly 100,000 slaves compared to the 40,000 slaves that Athens had.
The two best known ancient Greek city states are Sparta and Athens
1 differences are that Sparta allowed women to play sports but also wanted them 2 be independent, when Athens just wanted there women to stay inside and not do anything. they wanted the men to do everything
Athens, Sicyon, Corinth, Sparta, Thebes, Argos, Delphi, Olympia, Mycenae and others.