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Lycurgus is considered the most important lawmaker of the ancient Greek nation of Sparta. The type of government evolving from those laws was that of a Kingdom, ruled by one or two kings and an elite counsel of so-called 'Spartiates'. The other free Spartians had no political rights, only military obligations. Economically speaking, Sparta was kept afloat by slave labour.

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