What is the greek military class?
The cavalryman who can afford to keep a horse (rare, when farmers' plots are generally at subsistence size). The hoplite or foot soldier who can supply himself with a panoply of arms (hopla = helmet, cuirass, greaves, helmet, shield, spear, sword). The non-propertied class, who are employed as light infantry, marines, seamen or rowers.
All the Greek cities enlisted their military-age males into their armies in which they were part-time, called out when required.. Sparta had a class of citizen ('Spartiates') whose life was as a warrior - they were able to do so because they had a class of serfs who tilled the land for them, enabling the warriors to devote their time to matters military. Read More
Sparta is a Greek city-state, that had the military culture. Read More
greek fireThe first military secret weapon was called Greek fire. Read More
no you dont have to be in the military to play military Read More
Typically rich aristocrats (citizens in the highest social class) headed the oligarchies of ancient Greek city-states. Additionally, military leaders were part of these types of governments. This was especially true of Sparta. Read More
The Greek military was also used to maintain the peace in Greece. Extreme villains were sometimes dealt with by the military. Read More
In Athens, they had a strong navy because they were on the water. In Sparta, they had the strongest military in all of ancient Greece. Read More
Sparta was the Greek city-state with and strong military and oligarchy. Athens actually developed techniques in order to prevent an oligarchy. Read More
Yes, the people who serve in the Greek military would be considered soldiars. Read More
The Class Struggle in the Ancient Greek World was created in 1982. Read More
No. The Romans respected Greek Culture. For a while there was a danger that Latin would die out and would be replaced by the Greek Language. A reaction occurred against that about 100 ad. Most upper class Romans admired Greek culture, and were known as Hellenophiles (Greek lovers). They looted Greece for statues and other art works. However they despised them as military easybeats. The lower classes saw them as natural slaves. Read More
Is becuse with that startegic they alway win. Read More
He tried to introduce Greek culture throughout his empire, as what he thought of a 'civilising', establishing over 70 model Greek cities. His early death left this programme incomplete, and it took root only in some of the upper class, the rest continuing their traditional cultures. Read More
You will typically learn about Greek Mythology in an English class at school. You will also learn about Shakespearean works. Read More
Who was the great military leader who added surrounding lands to the Greek empire and spread Greek culture across Asia?
Alexander the Great Read More
No you are still in the military where ever you are. Read More
The military age in Greek cities was 18. Read More
What ancient Greek beliefs regaurding the gods military might and respect for strangers does Odysseus express in his words to the Cyclopes?
Greek rule of hospitality Read More
women were not able to participate in the military in her day. Read More
Someone that is not in the military Someone that is not in the military Read More
By law the military can not be sued for malpractice, so no. Read More
because his parents were in the military Read More
none. you can earn your GED in the military! :] Read More