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This solution briefly compares and contrasts distinguishing elements or features of early Greek and Roman cultures, such as
government and geographical terrain, economics, art, and philosophical and religious beliefs.

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GOVERNMENT:

Originally kings ruled Greece; then an oligarchy, and then democracy (voting by the citizens). This democracy was representative form of government. People voted for a small group of citizens to make the rule and laws for everyone.

Kings originally governed Rome. Then Rome became a republic whose key political players (often of noble blood) were part of the Senate and the Assembly.

GEOGRAPHY:

Both Greece and Rome are Mediterranean countries

Greece was divided into many small areas called ...

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This solution briefly compares and contrasts distinguishing elements or features of early Greek and Roman cultures.

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