ΣPARTA is a semiannual educational magazine dedicated to the ancient Spartan and Greek history, with a readership that mainly represent teachers, historians, re-enactors and other individuals interested in the history of ancient Greece. The magazine is published by Markoulakis Publications in association with the Nottingham Tren
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[SPAR-ta] A city in southern Greece. The Spartans were famous for their strict military training and powerful army.
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- an ancient Greek city famous for military prowess
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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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an ancient Greek city famous for military prowess; the dominant city of the Peloponnesus prior to the 4th century BC
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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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In Greek mythology, Sparta was the daughter of Eurotas by Clete. She was wife of Lacedaemon (also her uncle) by whom she became the mother of Amyclas and Eurydice of Argos (no relation to Orpheus` Eurydice). The city of Sparta is said to have been named after her; however, the city was often called Lacedaemon as well. The two na
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The Sparta was a three-stage rocket that launched Australia`s first Earth satellite, WRESAT, on 29 November 1967. Sparta used a surplus American Redstone as its first stage, an Antares as a second stage, and a BE-3 as a third stage. Several Spartas were launched from 1966–67 from Woomera Test Range in Woomera, South Australia as
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Sparta is an American band from El Paso, Texas, formed in 2001. Founding members Jim Ward (vocalist/guitarist) and Tony Hajjar (drummer) are also members of post-hardcore group At the Drive-In. Keeley Davis (guitarist) is the former frontman of Engine Down. ==History== In August 2002, Sparta released their debut full-length album, Wi
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Sparta is a town in Monroe County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2,750 at the 2000 census. ==Geography== According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 127.6 km² (49.3 mi²), all land. The La Crosse River, Black River, and Beaver Creek run through the town. ==Demographics== As of the census
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Sparta was a prominent city-state in ancient Greece. Sparti (municipality) is the modern city on the site of Sparta in Laconia. Sparta or Sparti may also refer to: == In mythology == == Places == == Sports == == Brands and products == == Popular culture == == See also == ......
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Sparta (Doric Σπάρτα; Attic Σπάρτη Spartē), or Lacedaemon, was a prominent city-state in ancient Greece, situated on the banks of the River Eurotas in Laconia, in south-eastern Peloponnese. It emerged as a political entity around the 10th century BC, when the invading Dorians subjugated the local, non-Dorian population. From c. 650 BC
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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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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 Atletik is a Danish track and field club, and one of the leading clubs in Denmark. The club is known for winning the major part of the individual medals at the Danish championships, and having the most athletes represented on the different national teams. The most famous athlete ever to have represented Sparta is the
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Sparta is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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Sparta is a collaborative album by M.O.P. and production team Snowgoons released on November 22, 2011 on Babygrande Records. The album is entirely produced by the Snowgoons. ...
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The Sparta is a 48-metre (157-foot) Russian-flagged fishing trawler and refrigerator ship. ==Ross Sea accident== On 16 December 2011 the Sparta sent out a distress signal after it struck a submerged iceberg while fishing for Antarctic cod in the Ross Sea. The accident left the vessel holed below the waterline and sinking close to the
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A city-state in southern Greece. The Spartans were famous for their strict military training and powerful army.
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