Men were allowed to be citizens in Athens and in Sparta.
Who is they. The citizens of Sparta lived in Sparta. The citizens of Athens lived in Athns. Each preferred their own city, which is why they were citizens of that city.
in Sparta were only free men citizens?
Athens had citizens as the upper class Sparta's upper class was called equals not citizens.
Sparta was ruled by only a few of its men, but Athens was ruled by all of its male citizens.
There were no similarities. In Athens there was Democracy while in Sparta the was Oligarchy. In Athens women didn't have any priviledges, while in Sparta women were allowed to do almost anything men did.
Between Athens they both are democratic and between Sparta and Australia they have similar war/ military life.
Athens- not citizens, Spartans- citizens (i think) for anyone that reads this, The Houston Rockets are the greatest basketball team in the world.
Athens was enemies with Sparta and Sparta was enemies with Athens
the democratic citizens were allowed
Sparta had two kings, a council of elders made of 28 citizens, and an assembly of all male citizens over age 30.
Neither. Sparta was an oligarchy where nobles of a certain rank had direct power of the citizens and non-citizens (helots) in Sparta. Citizens who were not from these noble families and non-citizens had no power to promote their views.You are likely thinking of Athens which was a direct democracy.
Athens had slaves - about 70,000 of its total population of 250,000. Sparta had serfs - people bound to their land who rendered half their produce to Sparta, which was used to support the Spartan citizens.
athens was made up of four social classes. aristocrats,citizens,metics and slaves.
Yes, because Sparta and Athens were once allies but then Athens turned on Sparta and Sparta responded with war.