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Chapter 7 - Section 3 - Ancient Greece

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Transcript of Chapter 7 - Section 3 - Ancient Greece

Rise of the City-State
700 BC
POLIS
Small
50 to 500 square miles
fewer than 20,000 people
Close community
business and public gatherings
military fort - temples
Layout of the City
Forms of Government
independent
different political systems
Monarchy
Aristocracy
King and Queen
Nobility
oligarchy
rule-by-the-few
Wealthy or Land Owners
inherited
Tyrants
Poor People Not Part Of Government
Took Power Illegally
Not of royal blood
Helped the poor
Athens Builds a Limited Democracy
Citizenship
Adult Males
Land Owners
Uppper and Lower Class
Upper Class Held Power
Solon and Cleisthenes
Solon
594 BC
Elected Leader of Athens
Free people
Law Against Slavery
4 Classes Based on Wealth
Rich Had the most Power
Anyone Could Serve in Government
Laws Less Harsh
Cleisthenes
500 BC
Reorganized the Assembly
Power Away from nobles
10 Classes Called Tribes
Classes Based on Residence
10 Commanders to Lead Military
Created Council of 500
Direct Democracy
Council 0f 500
50 men from 10 Tribes
Chosen at Random
Serve 1 Year
Suggested Laws
Athenian Style of Democracy
All Citizens Meet to Make Laws
Limited Democracy and Ostracism
Only Free male Citizens
Who Could Participate in Government
Who Could Not Particpate in Government
Women, Enslaved Foreigners
Kicked Out For 10 Years
Citizens' Responsibilities
Serve in The Army
Serve on Juries
Types of Government Explained
Solon's Idea
All citizens part of the assembly
Royal Birth
Assembly
Council of 500
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