Ancient Greece comprised several hundred independent city-states, each of which had its own laws. Can you refine the question.
Alexander the Great ruled Egypt not Ancient Greece.
Usually the emperors army or militia
They were made by the assembly and approved by the Senate
New laws were introduced into Ancient Greece by means of a polis, a gathering of all the Greek men in the council, which was picked annually at random. New laws were suggested, and then all the men would vote, and the answer would be determined.
In ancient Greece, there were many rules and laws which made trade difficult. Also, the mountains were difficult to traverse and there were not many rivers to travel on.
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no Greece now has different imports and exports then ancient Greece. and ancient Greece is Greece int the past.
only one dude got to choose the rules & laws
A citizen was a free-born who had the right to vote on the laws.Source(s):Ancient Civilizations- textbookAncient Greece- book
I think it's because of the harsh laws that they may have affected out laws today, like senates.
Ancient Greece, Classical Greece, Hellenistic Greece.
what was the population of the ancient Greece
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The Olympics were invented in Ancient Greece
Yes, he was. from ancient Greece.
no ancient greece did not have a calendar
There were no rivers in Ancient Greece.
the method of transportation I suppose was the quickest in ancient Greece is the land of ancient Greece
Democracy is a government run by the people in which citizen make their own laws.
Ancient Greece is a peninsula.
no there was not a desert in ancient greece.