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Why is the government of ancient Egypt considered theocracy?

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Sergio Marmolejo

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WORLD HISTORY Q#1-9TH WEEK COMMON ASSESSMENT, 10th
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The Pharaoh is considered a god-king.
Why is the government of ancient Egypt considered theocracy?
Ruled by the few.
The government of Sparta was oligarchy, which means that it was...
Republic
A___form of government in which the leader is not a monarch and certain citizens have the right to vote.
The following are Greek legacies...
The civilization indicated by the letter D claimed it ruled that area because they possessed--
The Mandate of Heaven
The teaching of Homer included
the values of courage, honor, and excellence.
The U.S. Government is based on Greek______, which government where people have the right to make decisions about leaders and laws
Democracy
Trial by jury of your peers
Philosophy and drama
Innocent until proven guilty
Which classical civilization is considered the birth place of democracy?
Greece
Which historical artifact would
NOT

be evidence of
civilization?
a fishhook mad of bone

Which of the following is characterized by a family maintaining power for several generations?
Dynasty
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