Sparta was a Greek city-state that was a feared warrior
Sparta trained their soldiers from age 7 and had them serving in the army at age 20. They killed all the weak children.
The Greek word for "Warrior" is "πολεμιστής". warrior = πολεμιστής (polemistis)
A warrior society supported by a serf population, with women having an unusually high level of rights for a Greek society at the time.
Do a google search of Greek warrior image.
πολεμιστής is the greek word for warrior.
An anlos is a double flute! It is from ancinent greece. A lyre is a small harp also from ancient greece. A hellene is a greek person. A polis is a greek citystate
The Achilles Tendon is named after a Greek warrior.
Yes. Each City-state had their own god. for example the greek citystate Athens had a greek goddess named Athena. A goddess is a women god.
Achilles was considered the greatest warrior of the Greek army at Troy.
Athena is known as the warrior goddess.
The Gorgons were feared. They had the hair of snakes, and their gaze, if beheld, could turn one to stone.
Lovely warrior - υπέροχη πολεμιστής
Odysseus, King of Ithaca. A great Greek warrior whose return to his country is described in the Odyssey.
The corner stone to Greek society is politics.
The greek word for society is: κοινωνία/ kenonia.
The Native American warrior fought to keep his homeland. Odysseus was a warrior in Greek mythology.
Ajax was a famous warrior at the siege of Troy.
he was a Greek warrior know best for his way of "getting the job done" or doing very well in battle. He was in the Trojan war
Spartans Or Hoplite Warriors
No, a helot is a greek and spartan slave
Loyalty. Sources: Greek Wars crossword with the same question. No it isn't. Do not listen to this because I have a crossword and I can't figure it out and loyalty doesn't fit.
Hera was both revered and feared.
No, Achilles was a Greek warrior.
Peleses was a great greek warrior By:James newton