Sparta Facts for Kids

Sparta was a strong warrior society. Sparta’s culture was about loyalty to the state and military service. Despite being good at war, in 371 B.C., they were defeated by Thebes and then declined. Sparta was a city in ancient Greece. It was called the “city-state of Sparta.” The citizens who lived in that region were … Read more

The Trojan War Facts for Kids

The Trojan War was a fight that happened in the Bronze Age. It happened between Troy and Mycenaean, Greece. The war has been found to be happening around 1,180 B.C., which might be when it happened in the story of Homer, who created the “Iliad” and the “Odyssey.” The Myth Behind the Trojan War A … Read more

Ancient Mesopotamia Facts for Kids

Mesopotamia is a region in southwest Asia where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers are. It had good weather and geography to support one of the first human civilisations. Mesopotamia made many important inventions such as time, math, boats with sails, maps, and writing. Ancient Mesopotamia: The Cradle of Civilization Thousands of years ago, people settled … Read more

The Bronze Age Facts for Kids

The Bronze Age was the first time humans started to do things with metal. Tools and weapons made of bronze are better than tools or weapons made of stone. Ancient Sumerians in the Middle East might have been the first people to enter the Bronze Age. Many new things were invented during this age, including … Read more