Life in Athens for men wouldn't be bad. They go to school, and are well educated. Women had no rights. They were not allowed to go to school, or leave the house. For the children it would be good, atleast for the boys, they could go to school. The girls had to stay home, and learn how to sew, womens stuff. Citizens would have it easy, they were educated, and knew important stuff about things. For non-citizens they would be welcomed. They wouldn't be treated different than citizens.
Life for men in Athens was probably pretty good- it was peaceful, they had fair rights, they got a full education, the wrote poetry and plays all the time, and they didn't have to put up with pesky women running around the town, because they weren't allowed to leave the house except for a few special reasons. Women could leave the house only to visit women friends or to go to a funeral, and they weren't allowed to act in or go to plays. Citizens were probably treated pretty well, depending on their gender (see above), and it was stated that non-citizens were treated badly in Sparta, and were treated better in Athens, so I expect that they could get jobs and such,but didn't get certain rights. Children's rights depended on gender; boys were sent to school and girls weren't, but a girls' parents could hire a private tutor if they liked, but the girl was probably trained in the skills of housekeeping and motherhood.
life in Athens for men seemed pretty easy and good. Life for women was fairly easy but they had to work a little bit. Children's lives were probably really easy they didn't have to work or anything. And for citizens lives were probably easy and peaceful and for non-citizens was probably good too because they were welcomed and could get jobs and things.
I think that life in Athens would be a really great experience. Despite the fact that their children got bullied almost every day by the Spartan kids, they regained their mindset and overcame that sticky situation. They never worked their like what the spartans did, and when there was a time that something wrong happened, their whole community learned to come together and overcome it. Nevertheless, I would love it.
I think it was great for the men because they were treated like royalty, and were in the status of high intelligence. The women were treated slightly as slaves that done all the things, housework-like, for the men. The children did not really have to do anything, so they were weak. While girls could not go to school they could get private tutors, which i think is really stupid. The citizens were very peaceful, and not well trained so that would explain why they were beat by the Spartans.
In my opinion life in Athens for men wasn't very good because they didn't have very much freedom, most of the time they stayed home to help take care of their children which I don't think is very fair! Same for women, they had to stay home all the time and clean, cook, sew and take care of the children also. How children were treated depended on their gender which I don't think is fair either, because it's sexism. Same for citizens and non-citizens, it depends on who and what you are and that's not fair!
Life in Athens would be very civilized and proper due to the way their culture was. Men were the rulers of the land and the head of the house hold. Women were delecate and very proper and could only leave the house when going to a funeral or to meet other women. The children were treated differently depending on if they were a boy or a girl, boys were sent away to be educated and girls were schooled in the home. The citizens were highly educated and their main focuse was education.
Life in Athens for men was pretty easy. They didn't hunt. They were involved a lot in civic uties-juries-government. Life in Athens for women was rough becaue they had to stay home and cook, clean, and sew all the time. They had no freedom. The children in Athens thought of themselves as the shining star as the Greek city states.Most Athenian citizens did not have the type of job that tied them up with daily working hours. The life of non-citizens in Athens was easy because they found Athens better than their own homeland.
I believe life in Athens was very civilized and peaceful. The men were educated, and many were involved in the arts. Even though women were property, they were allowed to be home schooled (just as long as they stayed home). Children were educated and stayed home. Non-Citizens were welcomed when in Athens just as much as the citizens were.
In Athens the men didn't really do that much but they had a lot more freedom compared to the women. Women in Athens had no freedom what so ever. Citizen's were treated very well. Also non-citizen's were treated good because Athens welcomed everyone. Basically life Athens wasn't that bad. It was a lot better then Sparta.
Life in Athens was much easier for women than for men. The women normally stayed home and sewed while the men worked. The women were treated very poorly compared to the men. All the citizens worked together in the fields, farming. They all got education, but the men got more of an oppurtunity than men. The Athen children were usually in school and were encouraged to learn in arts and to travel. The exact opposite of Sparta. Non citizens in Athen could get a job outside of the military. They were all friendly people, so they treated citizens and non citizens equally. (Besides women) >:(
Men in Athens were well-educated and generally ran the city-state. Boys were sent to school at age 7, and when they reached 14, they were sent to a different school for older boys (similar to high school) and were expected to attend military school at 18. The women were not allowed to go to school (however they could get private tutors), and their association with men was very limited. They had to do most, if not all of the housework. Shortly after marriage, the women were expected to have a baby, and if she were infertile (could not get pregnant) she would be considered cursed by the gods. Slaves usually worked in fields, factories, shops, etc., and also contributed to housework. I believe that (with fresh knowledge) Athens was one of the fairest empires, considering life in ancient Greece.