Captive Spartan workers were called helots.
A captive or a hostage.
You call people from Sparta Spartans.
the helots were captive works from ancient Greece. this name comes from the Greek word for "capture". but I'm not sure the answer to the second question. sorry:(
Your captor, imprisoner, jailer.
The Captive Curse Hope this helps.
Not exactly sure... After they are captured though, they are called Helots (slave)
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These workers are called cabinet makers.
the Spartans were polytheistic
The Spartans are Greeks.
No, the Spartans were Greek.
Because they were from Sparta.
The Persians were the Spartans enemy and totally outnumbered the Spartans 300
If the helots defeated the Spartans, the Spartans, being defeated, could not do anything to them.
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The Spartans are located in the region in Lacronia.
Spartans trade was craftsmen ship.
The spartans played football
A captive helicopter is a helicopter which is tethered to the ground with a rope, as with a captive balloon. Captive helicopters can be used for the same purposes as captive balloons. They are easier to steer than a regular helicopter.
Marx called such workers proletarians. He called the social class made up of such workers the proletariat.
The Spartans won the Peloponnesian war, the only war between the Athenians and the Spartans.
the Spartans were stronger fighters than the Athens's. the Athens were artists. the Spartans were gladiator's.
Spartans would be translated as "Spartes".