Sparta

[SPAR-ta] A city in southern Greece. The Spartans were famous for their strict military training and powerful army.
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Sparta

[n] - an ancient Greek city famous for military prowess
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Sparta

Ancient Greek city-state in the southern Peloponnese (near Sparte), developed from Dorian settlements in the 10th century BC. The Spartans, known for their military discipline and austerity, took...
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Sparta

noun an ancient Greek city famous for military prowess; the dominant city of the Peloponnesus prior to the 4th century BC
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Sparta

ancient capital of the Laconia district of the southeastern Peloponnese, Greece, and capital of the present-day nomós (department) of Lakonía on the ... [50 related articles]
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Sparta

Sparta (spär'tu) , city of ancient Greece, capital of Laconia, on the Eurotas (Evrótas) River in the Peloponnesus.Sections in this article:IntroductionSpartan SocietyHistoryBibliography
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Sparta

Ancient Greek city-state in the southern Peloponnese (near Sparte), developed from Dorian settlements in the 10th century BC. The Spartans, known for their military discipline and austerity, took part in the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars. The Dorians formed the ruling race in Sparta, the original inhabitants being divided into perioec...
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Sparta

A city-state in southern Greece. The Spartans were famous for their strict military training and powerful army.
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