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===Ares in Sparta===
 
===Ares in Sparta===
In [[Sparta]], Ares was viewed as a [[masculine]] soldier: his resilience, physical strength, and military intelligence were unrivaled. Human sacrifices were offered to him.<ref>Apollod. ''Fragm''. p.1056, Ed. Heyne</ref> Also, an ancient statue, representing the god in chains, suggested that the martial spirit and victory were to be kept in the city of Sparta.
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In [[Sparta]], Ares was viewed as a [[masculine]] soldier: his resilience, physical strength, and military intelligence were unrivaled. Human sacrifices were offered to him.<ref>Apollod. ''Fragm''. p.1056, Ed. Heyne</ref> Also, an ancient statue, representing the god in chains, suggested that the martial spirit and victory were to be kept in the city of Sparta. hello
   
 
===Ares in the Arabian Peninsula===
 
===Ares in the Arabian Peninsula===
Reason: ANN scored at 0.963414
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Reporter: yodergrrr @aol.com (anonymous)
Date: Saturday, the 20th of February 2016 at 11:14:26 AM
Status: Reported
Saturday, the 20th of February 2016 at 11:14:26 AM #103307
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