What is the legacy of greek democracy?
The concept of democracy first appeared in ancient Greece. Since then, numerous societies have adopted the idea of citizens participating in government to varying degrees. Some examples of types of democracies include representative, parliamentary, constitutional, and presidential.
Pericles strengthened the greek democracy
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Which of the following describes a major political contribution of the classical greek civilization?
If is not really possible to answer this question if it does not specify what the following is. I will assume that it refers to democracy because this is seen the most important political legacy of the Greeks.
For one, the bill of rights :)
No, the ancient greek invented democracy and the first to use it. Democracy roughly translates to "the people rule" from greek
he left behind a legacy of greatness he believed in democracy this is a really stupid answer
democracy originated in Greek
tis woman can do things and in greek they could not
In Greek, democracy literally means people by people, like the common saying 'for the people by the people'. Greece was first in the world to have a democracy and is called "the cradle of democracy.
The Greeks influence because they invented and found out democracy. Greek is known as the birth place of democracy. Nowadays we use democracy.
Novanet--> All male Greek citizens participated in the government.
Not all Greek city states had a democracy. Athens is the best example of a democracy. A democracy is run by the people. In Athens, all free adult males voted on issues.
The most important legacy of Alexander the Great was the spreading of the Greek or Hellenistic culture throughout all the places he conquered.
Early Greek democracy was in Athens the city state. Decisions of how laws were made or the state run was decided by a vote of the people. In America we do not have a true democracy, but a Republic.
Democracy was originated from greek in the 1525's.
"κληρονομιά" (klee-ro-no-mnia) The Greek word for legacy is the word klirodoti̱ma. In Italian this word is said as eredita and in Latin it is Legato.
Democracy is started in Greek, Athen Democracy is started in Greek, Athen
Athens is the Greek city-state associated with the founding of democracy.
the origin of the word emocracy if greek. -------------------------- emocracy? Democracy is indeed greek but i don't think that's what they were asking. Democracy originated before the turn of the 5th century.
well lets see...they wanted to close it down
simple because they wanted to show there democracy -c0302054
Rome never had a democracy.
Democracy was formed around 508 BC in Greek.
Rome never had a democracy. Democracy was a Greek concept. The first democracy was in Athens
The difference between greek democracy and our democracy is that they had rulers and conquering and battles and trades and stuff like that we dont we got a president and mayor and cops if we are bad and we have stores to buy stuff at and we have a school where we learn.
the word democracy derived from an ancient greek term
Athens was the birthplace of democracy.
Macedonia was not a democracy - it was a kingdom.
Cleisthenes of ancient Athens is considered the founder of democracy
Early Greek democracy was a direct democracy. There would be occasional town meetings that took place in the amphitheaters where all citizens could discuss and vote on the issues of the day.
The democracy of ancient Athens was different from the ancient Greek democracy in two important aspects: participation and eligibility. Democracy in Athens was direct.
Sparta was a good example of limited democracy, Athens of radical democracy.
"The people rule."
Democracy, because in a democracy all citizens are represented in the government.
women werent in government so it wasnt really a democracy
The Greek culture gave birth to democracy since ancient greeks invented the term and used it in Athens for the first time.
We are deluded into thinking that Greek democracy, which was direct democracy, is the same as our representative democracy.
The most important legacy Greece ever gave us was probably democracy. However, Greece should not get that much credit because at the time democracy was formed, Greece was made up of independent city-states. The city-state (Athens today is a regular city) of Athens should get the credit of creating democracy.
The basic features and limitations of Greek democracy included the women, slaves, and poor having no rights in any form. It was a direct democracy and only men who were land owners were allowed to vote.
Democracy comes from the Greek word Demos-Kratei which means the people to rule.
the ancient greeks invented democracy. so with that question the answer is democracy
they helped each other
Rule by the crowd.
They had a democracy.
Yes the Greeks held a selective democracy.
Democracy - "Demo" or "Dem" means people in Greek and "Crat" means rule or ruler. Thus democracy means rule of the people. The word "democracy" (Greek: δημοκρατια) combines the elements dêmos (δῆμος, which means "people") and krátos (κράτος, which means "force" or "power").
The word Democracy originates from the Greek word demokratia meaning "popular government".