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|Who made the most important government decisions in Sparta?||The Council of Elders|
|Sparta used heavy iron bars as money. What conclusion does this suggest?||Sparta discouraged trade with other city-states|
They are alike because both had slaves and women could not take part in government. They are different because Athens was a democracy and Sparta was a strictly-ruled military state. In Athens, women had very few rights. In Sparta, women had more rights than other city-states.
How are the governments of Sparta and the United States similar? Both systems separate governmental powers into three different branches. How did Pericles influence the formation of the United States government? … The Romans established a system of justice based on written laws.
The Greeks are often credited with pioneering a democratic government that went on to influence the structure of the United States. Read this article that describes how elements of ancient Greek democracy heavily influenced the figures that designed the United States government.
By 650 B.C.E., a stable oligarchy ruled only one city-state: Sparta, which was ruled by two kings who shared power.
They were economically privleged and had all political power. They were forbidden to engage in farming, trade and industry > done by lower social classes.
Sparta was a warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.). Spartan culture was centered on loyalty to the state and military service.
Greek democracy created at Athens was direct, rather than representative: any adult male citizen over the age of 20 could take part, and it was a duty to do so. The officials of the democracy were in part elected by the Assembly and in large part chosen by lottery in a process called sortition.
The four most common systems of Greek government were: Democracy – rule by the people (male citizens). Monarchy – rule by an individual who had inherited his role. … Tyranny – rule by an individual who had seized power by unconstitutional means.
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