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Classical Government

SSWH 1 classical Greek and Roman government

What kind of government was Greece forced to use based on the geography of their land? city-state
What was the Greek word for city-state? polis
What reforms did Augustus make when he became Caesar? He set up a civil service system, established a uniform money system
Government in which citizens elect representatives to be their voice republic
A group of nations controlled by one ruler empire
A government controlled by one ruler with unlimited power autocracy
A government in which all citizens have a direct voice in setting policy direct democracy
Greek polis that first developed a direct democracy Athens
spread from the Italian Peninsula to become an empire controlling territory around the Mediterranean Sea Rome
Created by: rblakecchs