Spartan soldier had to marry at the age of 30
at age 20
They were trained to be soldiers from age 7.
Spartan boys were trained to be soldiers from a very young age. They were taken from their homes at the age of seven and sent to military schools.
The Agoge, where they would train to be soldiers.
Well, they started training @ 5
soldiers preparing for a war
Boys in Sparta were trained to be soldiers at a young age.
The ancient Spartan
Yes. Spartan males were trained to be Soldiers since the age of Seven.
Spartan men were encouraged to marry at the age of 20. Although, if they were not married by the age of 30, it became compulsory. Spartan men were not allowed to live at their homes until they have finished the 10 years of military service, starting at the age of 20. In these ten years, if they were married, they lived away from their home and in their barracks with the syssita. When they turned 30 they went into the reserve, and could move home.
In ancient Sparta, boys at the age of 7 were taken from their mothers and went to live in barracks to begin military training. At age 20, they were declared fully-trained soldiers and put on active duty. At age 30, Spartan soldiers no longer had to live in the barracks.At age 7, Spartan boys were taken from their mother and began military training. They lived in barracks with other boys.
All men in Spartan civilization were soldiers. Whether the man was small or big they still had to join the army to actually be citizens. In mythology they are all portrayed as big and muscly. They would have been very strong as they trained from the age of 7 but even the small men had to be soldiers.
When Spartan men turned 20, they were expected to marry. However, they could not have a household of their own. They had to live and eat in military barracks, where they shared expenses with other soldiers. They could retire from the army when they were 60 years old.
spartan men were allowed to leave the military camp at age 50.
Yes they did
Yes. Sandle type things.
at age 20
Spartan boys were sent of to military camp at age 7. They were harshly treated to make them tough. Spartan men were returned home at age 30 but were still stayed in the military until age 60. The spartan boys were taught to kill, fight, steal, not cry, and hide pain.
Their strong and tough soldiers. Also, their great weapons.