Origin of Spartiate
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How to use Spartiate in a sentence
A vast volume of mingled smoke and flame and steam rose up, and when it rolled away, the Spartiate had almost vanished.The World Peril of 1910|George Griffith
Nelson's own ship, the Vanguard, was the first to anchor within half-pistol-shot of the third French ship, the Spartiate.A Book of Golden Deeds|Charlotte M. Yonge
They labored for a Spartiate proprietor who took from them the greater part of the harvest.
A Spartiate poet compares the Helots to "loaded asses stumbling under their burdens and the blows inflicted."
In a matter of life and death, then, it was necessary that a Spartiate be as good as ten Helots.