Ancient Greek Government?

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Each of what are referred to as the 'city-states' that were Greek were run by their own noble families. Since the noble families got to run things as they pleased, new and ever-evolving kinds of governments popped up. Not only were there different government times for different Greek cities, but they were also ever-changing and taking on new ideas. It appears that at some point towards the end of the Bronze Age, pretty much all of the cities changed to monarchies.
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much like we do today. They had three main bodies of government. These were the Assembly, the Council, and Courts. Our government today also has three branches; Executive, Legislative
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1. Pick a medium in which you want to learn. You may want to find a class to attend, or you might prefer to work on your own. For self-directed study you might choose an online resource
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Go online and with your web browser go to www.translatum.com and use it's Ancient Greek forum. This will offer free translation of short passages. Also try www.kypros.org/cgi-bin/
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