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chapter 26

chapter 26 the rise of democracy

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introduction one important difference was how they governed them selves. this chapter is going to be about how ancient greek communities tried different forms of government
monarchy:one person inherits power from about 2000 to 800 bce, most greek city-states were ruled by a monarch or king
oligarchy:a few people share power by 800 bce, most greek city-states were ruled by a small group of wealthy men called an oligarchy
tyranny:one person takes power by force during the 600s bce people in many greek city-states turned to men who promised to change the government
democracy:all citizens share power around 500 bce the people of athens decided to try governing themselves
Created by: alikat