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CLA160H1
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Johnathon Burgess

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Textual Analysis Proposal The Hoplite Polis: Sparta Thesis: The theme of obedience and unity that permeated throughout Spartan culture is reflected in Xenophon's accounts of the various aspects of Spartan life set forth by the legislator Lycurgus. From the education of young men and women in the Lacedaemonian fashion with a lack of traditional Hellenic parental upbringing to the constant physical labour's imposed upon them, all while instilling a sense of state ownership by including the entire citizenry to participate in are clear markers used to illustrate the theme. In other words, the document focuses its attention to shed light onto the average life of a Spartan and the militaristic social and civil values they held. That is, The Hoplite Polis: Saprta's main
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