How do the ancient Greece chose leaders?
They didn't have leaders for the entire country each city-state was ruled independently Each polis(city-state) had to chose a type of government I know three( i think that's all)
- Democracy- all the citizens (men) get to vote (at least 18)
- Oligarchy- 30 experienced and at least 60 year old man belong to the assembly, but two most powerful kings can rule
- Monoarchy- a king or a queen gets to be the head chosen by experience, age and power
Hope this helps :)
He allowed slavery in ancient Greece.
maybe the citizens
Alexander the Great was on famous leader in Greece
Go to Google.ca and type in pictures of ancient Greece and then they will have all sorts of different selections to chose from.
they are elected becaue
In their own homes.
The religious leaders were the ones Greeks talked to, to communicate to the gods.
alexander the great and many many others
Allowed slavery .
Democracy in Australia is mainly the same as that in Ancient Greece. The citizens choose who their leaders will be, but although leaders are not chosen randomly, leaders who are of a political reputation are chosen by a vote. Every new law is voted on. Ancient Greece Democracy was used to keep country in order. Australia has followed in on this process. Overall, Australia's democratic government is very simliar to the of Ancient Greece
They are rare because many know that it is not fair at all, and no citizen can change the leader. It was used in Ancient Greece and the Middle Ages, but the leaders chose the other leader, so no person had any right.
Pericles, Alexander the Great, and Archimedes.
Leaders were chosen by the people.
Leaders in ancient greece changed every while. Leaders were selected once the previous leader died. All male citizens voted for the new leader. The assembly picked five ephors to enforce laws and collect taxs.
Alexander the great Perdikkas II Olympias Archelaos I
Every year 50 council men were voted. In early ancient Greece democracy the major leaders were voted every 10 years then it was reduced to 6 years and finally reduced more to just one year.
the Greeks chose them by 'the lot; in other words they just found a great big lot of people, mostly Grecians, and randomly chose one of them. this was said to be an insane way of doing things but in actual fact, they just couldn't find a way to make things work back then!
At first, they changed every 10 years in Ancient Greece, but then it was reduced to 6 years, and eventually went down to 1 year! Text me(:
They were both superpowers in Ancient Greece, and were the leaders of their alliances - the Peloponnessian league and the Athenian Empire.
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There really was no 'ancient Greece' if by that you mean a single country with leaders. There were only city-states -- each with its own leaders. How to get rid of leaders? Killing them is a tried and true way. Otherwise, at least in Athens, they were a true democracy -- every free citizen got a vote.
no Greece now has different imports and exports then ancient Greece. and ancient Greece is Greece int the past.
every 10 years, then it was every 6 years, then finally every year.
Some were Alexander the great, Pythagorous, Zeus and ME! just kidding but there are more I cant name
The euro is the official currency of Greece. Greece is a member of the European Union, and chose to switch over to the EU's euro as its official currency. Previously, its currency had been the 'drachma', which comes from the ancient Greek for 'to grab'.
The leaders of Athens were unhappy with the sophists because the sophists argued that the rulers invented the gods in order to control the people of Athens
They did not have leaders. Although they worshiped many gods and godesses. They believed if they prayed to these gods and godesses that what they prayed to a specific god or godess it would come true
Ancient Greece, Classical Greece, Hellenistic Greece.
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no ancient greece did not have a calendar
it was in Greece and it was ancient
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yes ancient Greece had school
Ancient Greece is a peninsula.
no there was not a desert in ancient greece.
where are the plains in ancient greece
Yes ancient Greece did have an alphabet
Pottery made in ancient Greece.
Your mom! ancient Greece