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The Greeks invented a form of government that we still use today. What is it called? How did theirs differ from ours? Be sure to include two differences. They invented democracy. Theirs differed from ours in that only men could partake in politics, assembly votes on laws in Greece & representative are elected to lawmaking body, 500 jurors in Greece, 9 Supreme Court & up to 12 on other juries in U.S
Greece is located on what continent Europe
Most of Ancient Greece was divided into these types of political regions City-States
Where in Greece was democracy first introduced Athens
How were most of the officials chosen for a Greek Democracy They were voted on by the people
Tell me one thing about Sparta and Athens Sparta – Monarchy. War centered culture. Great military. Athens – Invented democracy. Valued education. Great navy.
What is a tyrant? A leader who might have helped the poor, someone who took power in an illegal way.
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