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What is Athens food

por Noreen Mosman (2019-08-21)


Athens food is food from Greece. But it has its own Athens style of food.

How did Athens solve the problem of getting food?
Athens got their food by hunting and fishing.

Did Athens have plenty of food?
Yes the people of Athens did have plenty of food well most of them did but Spartans did not have hardly any food

Did Athens people have plenty of food?
Yes most people who lived in Athens did have plenty of food but Sparta did not

What types of food did Athens have?
THe had a surplus of food

Popular food in Athens?
THe people in Athens eat Cow, chicken and lamb.

Did Athens have stable food?
As a civilization, you have to have seven different qualities. One of them is a stable food supply. As we all know, Athens was a civilization, therefore, they had a stable food supply.

Why did Athens fall to Sparta?
a plague broke out in Athens and the Spartans cut off the Athenians food source

What is the Athens famous food?
rice with chicken

How did the plague reach Athens?
It entered Athens through Piraeus, the city's port and sole source of food and supplies.

What food is Athens known for?
Greek food is varied and delicious. Some of the dishes that can be found in Athens include many varieties of seafood, lamb, locally grown olives and other vegetables.

Why did Spata and Athens have war?
Sparta and Athens had wars for the food and land and the say of winning wars (example: Persian wars)

Used by Sparta to prevent food from reaching Athens?
■A siege. The Athenians still received food but only from the sea. Athens was a naval power due to the quality and quantity of their ships (called triremes).

Who won the war between Athens and Sparta How?
Sparta won from strong allies and cutting Athens off from its food supplying colonys.

Why was Athena so important to the Athens?
because to win Athens over she had provided the first olive tree providing wood, olive oil and food... :)

Why were farmers unhappy in Athens?
because they were not getting enough food to eat

What was the main way to make a living in Athens?
Principally as farmers and fishermen, providing food for the people. However as Athens developed trade, seamen and entrepreneurs increased significantly.

How much does shopping cost in Athens?
It would be better to ask a specific question like: How much would men's clothing cost in Athens, or Would it be expensive to buy food in Athens? But go to this site for more info: website

Give one reason Athens turned to trade to provide for its population?
since athens had little farm land it relied on trade to meet its needs for food and other resources.

What broke the Athens defense?
Their navy was destroyed at Aigospotamai in 405 BCE and the crews captured. Besieged Athens, without being able to import food by sea, was starved into submission.

How did ancient Athens get their food?
They grew it in the countryside, harvested fish, and bought it from other areas.

Who are Athen's gods and goddesses?
Well there are no set gods andgoddesses of Athens ,but Poseidon and Athena had a historic battle to see who would be the patriot of Athens. Athena won giving Athens its name because she gave Athens a olive tree providing food. oil, and water. But, Poseidon only gave them a saltwater well

Was Athens military as strong as the Sparta military?
Sparta had the stronger ground forces, Athens the stronger navy. Athens could defend its walls and send its navy to harass its opponents and import food during sieges. Then Persia bankrolled a large fleet for the Spartan alliance which defeated the Athenian fleet and then starved Athens out.

How did Athens play a part in its own downfall?
Athens never did recover from their lost of Persian during the plague. In 405 B.C the Sparta staged a blockade. The Spartans surrounded the Athens and closed their harbor with food and supplies. Beaten and starving they surrendered in 404 B.C.

Why was Sparta's deal with Persia so important in the war against Athens?
It provided the Spartan alliance with the money to get a sea fleet to match and defat Athens' hitherto superiority. With its fleet destroyed, Athens was confined within its walls, could not import food, and was starved into surrender.

Why did Athens surrender in the peloponnesian war?
Their navy was destroyed, they were beseiged inside their city, and ran out of food.

How was the war strategy of Athens different from that of Sparta?
sparta's staregy was to cut off the athenian food supply by destroying crops. athens' startegy was to avoid battles on land and to rely on sea power

How did Athens and Sparta shape their war strategies?
sparta's strategy was to cut off the athenian food supply by destroying crops. athens' strategy was to avoid battles on land and to rely on sea power.

Why did Solon ban the export of grain?
Solon banned the export of grains because he felt it was unfair to be selling it off when many of the people in Athens were going on with little food, so he would have rathered it stay in Athens to give them a fair chance at getting food. Or so I've read :)

What food do they eat in Athens?
they mostly eat fish but also meat and stuff you need to fuel your body

Long Walls that connected Athens with a nearby seaport were built to?
During siege, they enabled Athens to access its fleet to send it out to harass the home cities of its attackers. It also provided a means of bringing in food supplies.

How many Athens in the world?
There are 23 places in the world named Athens. They are: Athens, Greece Athens, Ontario, Canada Athens, Alabama Athens, Arkansas Athens, California Athens, Georgia Athens, Illinois Athens, Indiana Athens, Kentucky Athens, Louisiana Athens, Maine Athens, Michigan Athens, Mississippi Athens (town), New York Athens (village), New York Athens, (town), Ohio Athens County, Ohio Athens (borough), Pennsylvania Athens, Tennessee Athens, Texas Athens, Vermont Athens, West Virginia Athens, Wisconsin

What city nowadays is named after Athena?
Athens , Greece In the United States : Athens, Alabama Athens, Arkansas Athens, California Athens, Georgia Athens, Illinois Athens, Indiana Athens, Kentucky Athens, Louisiana Athens, Maine Athens, Michigan Athens, Mississippi Athens, New York: Athens (town), New York Athens (village), New York Athens, Ohio, a town Athens County, Ohio Athens, Pennsylvania, a borough Athens, Tennessee Athens, Texas Athens, Vermont Athens, West Virginia Athens, Wisconsin

How many towns named Athens in the US?
Athens, Alabama Athens, Georgia Athens, Texas Athens, Ohio Athens, Illinois Athens, Indiana Athens, Maine New Athens, Illinois Athens, County Ohio Athens, New York Athens, Pennsylvania Athens, West Virginia Athens, Wisconsin Athens, Louisiana Athens, Michigan

Is Athens located in Greece?
Yes it is. It might help to check google maps before you use answer.com There are also some other Athens: In Canada Athens, Ontario In the United States Athens, Alabama Athens, Arkansas Athens, California Athens, Georgia Athens, Illinois Athens, Indiana Athens, Kentucky Athens, Louisiana Athens, Maine Athens, Michigan Athens, Mississippi Athens, New York: Athens, Ohio, a town Athens County, Ohio Athens, Pennsylvania, a borough Athens, Tennessee Athens, Texas Athens, Vermont Athens, West Virginia Athens, Wisconsin

How did the plague and the blockade help the winner of the Peloponnesian War?
The Peloponnian League faced an Athens weakened in the short and middle term of the 27-year war by losing a third of its manpower in the plague outbreaks of 430, 429 and 427 BCE. Replacing these soldiers and seamen, further reduced by the loss in Sicily, took over two decades as the children grew up, and 온라인카지노 by then the war was turning against Athens when Persia began supporting the Peloponnesian League. The blockade of Athens...

How many Athens are there?
There are 2 Athens in the world. One is the capitl city of Greece and the other one is a small town in Georgia. (Thats in the U.S) THERES ANOTHER ATHENS IN TEXAS SMARTEE !!!! There are many other towns in the US named Athens: Athens, TN Athens, AL Athens, OH Athens, CA Athens, AR Athens, IL Athens, IN Athens, LA Athens, ME Athens, MI Athens, MS Athens, NY Athens, PA Athens, VT Athens, VA...

What did men do in Athens?
Men in Athens were the ones who earned the income and put food on the table. If there was a family business it would be run by the males or they had jobs in trades including carpenters and potters. Men also had to attend the local council assembly.

Why was Sparta unable to sucessfully besiege Athans?
Athens had walls connecting the city and its port, so it could import food, and send out its navy to harass the opposing cities. When the Athenian fleet was destroyed, Athens was besieged and starved into submission.

Who was the victor in the final battle of Athens and Sparta?
The final battle at Aigospotamai was won by the Spartan-led Peloponnesian League in 405 BCE. Athens was then besieged and starved into submission in 404 BCE as without its fleet it could not import food.

Why is the Athens named Athens?
The was a contest because Poseidon and Athena both wanted that city. Whoever gave the best gift got the city. Poseidon gave a river but it was salt water. Athena gave the first Olive tree which gave food, wood, and oil so she got the city and it was named Athens after Athena.

Where was Athena honored?
in a greek city where she got an olive tree and gave the city food and the city was named in her honor , Athens.

What responsibilities did slaves have in ancient Athens?
Slaves cleaned houses, cooked food, they worked in fields, shops, and in Silver Mines.

Which city-state in Greece trained their men to be soldiers by giving them little food and treating them harshly?
I think the answer is ATHENS.

Why was the sea important to the Athens during the peloponnesian war?
Athens had a superior navy. It also had long walls protecting the city and its port. This allowed Athens to withstand seige indefinitely as it could import food. It could also send out its fleet to attack the home cities of its adversaries and collect funds from its empire to finance the war and its supply.

Is little available food a characteristic of Athens Sparta both?
Both had adequate food supplies. The Spartans received theirs from their serf population who rendered half their produce to Sparta. Athens turned the Delian League it had led against Persia into an empire of its own and lived high on the tax it extorted from the 180 Greek city-states it dominated.

What caused the decline of Athens' golden age and end of democracy?
Their military defeat & their loss in the Peloponnesian War. Sparta burned all of the Athenian food supply and a plague also occurred in Athens which killed 1/3 of the population.

Why did Sparta win the war?
There are many reasons why the spartan won the Peleponisian War, one reason of why that happened is because Athens thought that the Spartans were no where near. But, turns out that the Spartans were right there when Athens went to get food because Sparta had burned all of their crops.

What were the Athens and Sparta strategies in the Peloponnesian War?
The Peloponnesian League led by Sparta besieged Athens in an attempt to starve it into coming to terms. The Athenians brought its people inside the walls and defended them, using its navy to bring in food, and to raid the Peloponnesian cities.

What hero was especially loved by the people of Athens?
I don't know of any heros, but the people of Athens definitely loved the goddess Athena, for which the city is named. They loved her and named the city after her because she gave them the gift of the first olive tree, which gave them food and wood.

Why did the closing of Athens fail to win the Peloponnesian Wars?
Athens was protected by it's 'Long Walls' walls which linked the city to its ports, so it could both import food and export war in the form of its superior navy, attacking the cities which were beseiging the city.

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