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Spartan Helmet Necklace is a rare gold-plated jewel with a Spartan figure on it.
Material: 10K & 14K & 18K Gold
Chain Model: 3,75mm Gold Cuban Chain
Gold – Oxidized
Spartan Helmet Necklace will protect you like a shield and will be with you!
The Spartans are a warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating the rival city state Athens in the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC).
The culture of the Spartans was based entirely on loyalty to the state and military service. At the age of 7, Spartan children entered a rigorous state sponsored education, military training and socialization program and were raised to be fully equipped soldiers.
As we can understand from here, children joined the army at a very young age and were brought up in a disciplined way. This system, known as Agoge, was implemented in a way that emphasized duty, discipline, and endurance.
All healthy men of Sparta, one of history’s greatest warriors, attended the Agoge, a compulsory education system that emphasized obedience, endurance, courage, and self control.
Spartan men devoted their lives to military service and lived well into adulthood as a commune. The Spartans were taught that loyalty to the state came first, including one’s family. If you are into Spartans, Spartan Helmet Necklace will be the best choice for you!
The Helots, who had the status of slaves, were people of Greek origin, originally from Laconia and Messina, who were taken from the lands conquered by the Spartans and used as slaves.
The Spartan way of life would not have been possible without the Helots, who performed all the daily tasks and unskilled labor required to keep society running: Helots were divided into certain classes as farmers, servants, nurses, and military officers.
The Spartan Helmet Necklace is the symbol of power!
Spartan Helmet Necklace with a “Spartan” figure on it is a sign of self confidence!
Unlike Greek city states such as Athens, which was a center of art, learning, and philosophy, Sparta had a warrior culture. Male Spartan citizens were only allowed to practice one profession: military service.
Spartan children began their military training at the age of 7, when they left home and entered Agoge training. The boys lived in communes under strict conditions and were constantly subjected to physical competition, given little food and expected to be skilled at stealing food, among other survival skills.
Young people with high leadership potential were chosen to join the Krypteia, whose primary purpose was to terrorize the general Helot population and kill the troublemakers, serving as a kind of police or gendarme. All Spartan youth, who turned 20, started their duty as full time soldiers and continued their duties actively until the age of 60.
As a warrior race, the constant discipline and military training of the Spartans caused them to increase their fighting skills and become almost invincible. No soldier was seen as superior to the other.
On their way to battle, all Spartan soldiers wore a large bronze helmet, breastplate, and ankle guards, and also carried a round shield made of bronze and wood, a long spear, and a sword. His long hair and red cloak were also one of his distinguishing features.
Spartan women had a reputation for having an unusual degree of freedom and had a greater say in government than other women in ancient Greece. Although they played no role in the army, female Spartans received formal training separately from men.
There were also women’s athletic competitions such as javelin throw and wrestling. Adult Spartan women were allowed to own and manage their property. In short, Spartan women were much more prominent than women of many nations.
If a woman wears the Spartan Helmet Necklace, it shows that she is strong!
Also, marriage was of great importance to the Spartans, as the state had to have sons who would become citizens or warriors and would grow up to replace those who died in war. Men who married late were despised by the public, while men with more than one son were rewarded.
Sparta fought the Thebans at the Battle of Leuctra in 371 BC, where it suffered a disastrous defeat. Epaminondas, general of the city state of Thebes, launched an expedition into Spartan territory the following year.
With his victory here, he liberated the Messenian Helots, who had been slaves of the Spartans for centuries. The Spartans no longer had their former menacing strength, but were not destroyed immediately and existed for several more years.
They challenged Macedonian invasions in the 3rd century BC. They were besieged by Pyrrhus in 272 BC and never regained their former glory. Sparta was forced to join the Achaean League in 195 BC.
Roman controlled Sparta was allowed to secede in 147 BC, followed by the Achaean War. However, as a free city of Rome, things got better for Sparta for a while and the city established good relations with the Romans, but in AD 396, the Visigoth king Alaric sacked the city and the end came for Sparta.
The Spartan Helmet Necklace will make you feel the Greek Mythology!
In Greek mythology, the founder of the city of Sparta was Lacedaemon, son of Zeus, and he gave the city his wife’s name while giving his name to the area. Sparta was also an important member of the Greek forces involved in the Trojan War.
Indeed, the Spartan king Menelaus started a war after his wife Helen was kidnapped by the Trojan prince Paris. According to the story, when Paris chose the goddess Aphrodite at a beauty contest with Athena and Hera, Helen was presented to her by Aphrodite as a prize.
Helen was said to be the most beautiful woman in Greece, and Spartan women were known not only for their good looks but also for their spirit of independence.
If you have an interest in mythology or if there is someone close to you who is interested in mythology, Spartan Helmet Necklace is the most valuable and important piece for you!
Spartan Helmet Necklace is a symbol of protection and confidence, featuring the figure of a Spartan soldier!
The Spartan Helmet Necklace has been created and presented for you by our fun designers, using the highest quality materials.
It is compatible with every style of clothing and is a jewel that will be the most stylish part of your outfit.
Whether you dress stylishly or simply, the Spartan Helmet Necklace is ready to enchant those around you with its dazzling design!
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Material: 10K & 14K & 18K Gold
Chain Model: 3,75mm Gold Cuban Chain
10K = 08.70 gr
14K = 10.50 gr
18K = 12.20 gr
Chain Weight: 14K = 08-12 gr
Pendant Diameter: 3,00cm x 3,00cm (1.15 x 1.15 inc)
Suitable for up to 5.00 mm (0.19 inch) Chains
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Shipped to the worldwide 1-5 business days with free shipping.
The product will be sent to you with a handmade wooden box to avoid any damage during shipping.
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