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Greek Culture vs. Roman Cultures

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Create an original table or chart compare and contrast distinguishing elements or features of early Greek and Roman cultures, including illustrative or significant examples of the various features. Be sure to include elements of culture such as government and geographical terrain, economics and trade practices, art and architecture, and philosophical and religious beliefs.

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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.


Both Greece and Rome are Mediterranean countries

Greece was divided into many small areas called ...

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