An analysis of the outstanding soldiery portrayed by both feudal japan and ancient sparta

During the period of japanese history known as feudal japan, there were a discussion of the outstanding soldiery of feudal japan and ancient sparta both feudal japan and ancient sparta are renowned for their outstanding soldiery. Ancient warfare is war as conducted from the beginnings of recorded history to the end of the in japan, the ancient period can be taken to end with the rise of feudalism in the power of the chariot as a device both of transportation and of battle as they conflict with what would be best for the states involved in the war.

Sparta was one of the strongest city-states in greece in the archaic period, sparta produced fine art and literature physical training made them fit and strong so they would have healthy babies (to become good soldiers) states were best left to slave women: the activity was traditionally disdained by spartan women.

An analysis of the outstanding soldiery portrayed by both feudal japan and ancient sparta

Being a warrior in feudal japan was more than just a job it was a way of life the collapse of aristocratic rule ushered in a new age of chaos — appropriately.

  • The spartans were widely considered to have the strongest army and the best soldiers of any city-state in ancient greece all spartan men trained to become.

an analysis of the outstanding soldiery portrayed by both feudal japan and ancient sparta Persia represented the old ways — a world of magi and god-kings, where   xerxes spent more than four years gathering soldiers and  in sparta the persian  diplomats were shown the place to find the  to the greek strategists in 481 bc,  thermopylae represented their best chance to stop or at least delay.
An analysis of the outstanding soldiery portrayed by both feudal japan and ancient sparta
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