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Chapter 26 - Study

6th grade History Alive! Chapter 26 Study Guide

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Monarchy: When did this type of government begin? In 2000 BC most Greek city states were ruled by a monarch.
Oligarchy: When did this type of government begin? By 800 BC most Greek city states were ruled by a small group of men.
Tyranny: When did this type of government begin? During the mid 600 BC Greek city states turned to people who promised to change the goverment.
Democracy: When did this type of government begin? Around 500 BC the people of Athens decided to govern themselves
Monarchy: Who has the power to make decisions? State specific tasks they were in charge of. One person (king) has the power to make decisions. They: made laws, acted as judges, conducted religious ceremonies, led the armies,
Oligarchy: Who has the power to make decisions? State specific tasks they were in charge of. Oligarchy A small group of people could make decisions. They could: make laws, control the army, passed laws that protected themselves
Tyranny: Who has the power to make decisions? State specific tasks they were in charge of. A small group of people could make decisions. They could: make laws control the army passed laws that protected themselves
Democracy: Who has the power to make decisions? State specific tasks they were in charge of. Everyone had power. They could do anything as long as they voted.
Monarchy: How did they get power? At first kings were elected but then they demanded that their children inherited their power
Oligarchy: How did they get power? They overthrew monarchy and took power for themselves.
Tyranny: How did they get power? Poor people turned to us to help make their lives better. We hired soldiers to kick out the aristocrats.
Democracy: How did they get power? People in Athens decided to start governing themselves.
Monarchy: How did they lose power? Eventually aristocrats overthrew monarchy.
Oligarchy: How did they lose power? Poor turned to leaders who promised to make their lives better
Tyranny: How did they lose power? Some people didn’t like tyrants. After they became so unbearable they were forced to step down.
Monarchy: What are some extra details? In a monarchy power was passed down through children
Oligarchy: What are some extra details? Aristocrats were very rich
Tyranny: What are some extra details? These people were not officially in charge.
Democracy: What are some extra details? Only men could vote.
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