agoge

(from the article `ancient Greek civilization`) ...over half of their produce to Sparta) was the determining feature in Spartan internal life. Spartan warrior peers (homoioi) were henceforth ...
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Agoge

The system of state-sponsored military training, compulsory for all Spartan males. A Spartan boy was separated from his mother at age 7, and enrolled in the agoge. There the boys trained till manhood to be soldiers. They were subject to extreme privation and hardship, to make them inured to pain and discomfort. Older boys were given younger boys to...
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Agoge

The agōgē (Greek: ἀγωγή in Attic Greek, or ἀγωγά, agōgá in Doric Greek) was the rigorous education and training regimen mandated for all male Spartan citizens, except for the firstborn son in the ruling houses, Eurypontid and Agiad. The training involved learning stealth, cultivating loyalty to the Spartan group, military training ...
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agoge

tempo or sequence in melody in ancient Greek music
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