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The Role Of The Warrior in Ancient Greece

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For the most part, they all fought for honor and glory, for the pride of themselves, their comrades, and their country or polis. A good warrior would always obey their leader, even if they did not fully understand or believe in the cause of war. Sometimes they were lied to about the cause of war. Take the Trojan War, for example...
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Sometimes they were lied to about the cause of war. Take the Trojan War, for example. Some accounts state that king of all the Greeks, Agamemnon, had wanted to take over Troy for some time, having expanded his empire to the majority of the polis' in Greece. However, once his brother, Minnelaus, had lost his wife to the Trojan prince, Paris, it served as an excellent disguise to launch 1,000 ships for Troy...
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