What is the name of Greece government?
Greece has a democracy. That is where you vote on things and you have alot of people in office rather than just one person. It is to prevent the rich from getting TOO MUCH power.
No, Greece was a collective name for a couple of thousand independent city-states.
Greece has A democratic government
Greece's government used to be a government where everyone votes but, now Greece has a government like us. We in the United have a government where we have representatives. So to answer your question, there is no difference in governments beetween the U.S ans Greece.
what type of government did Greece have in the eighth century
Greece has a Parliamentary Democracy.
The United States government resides in North America, while the Greece government is in Europe.
A republic government
It was a democratic government.
Greece is a parliamentary republic.
In the 8th century, Ancient Greece was a democratic government. This type of government began in the city of Ancient Athens.
They had a limited government
they were the same government.
name a democratic city state, in which there was a focus on government and education in aceint greece
they had vary rich government but
limited. The people of Greece invented democracy
The full name of Greece is "The Hellenic Republic"
There is no new or old name. There is a Latin name: Greece and a Greek name: HELLAS
the government was a form of democracy
This question is really an opinion, but I would say that it would have to be Greece because Greece layed down the foundations for both of the other civilizations. Actually no, it didn't. Greece was a Democracy where the people ran the government and Rome was actually a Republic with representatives. Considering the U.S. government is a Democratic Republic, I would have to say Rome and Greece influenced the country's government.
It was a democracy under Pericles. This is a government by the people and he creation of democracy is what classical Greece is most remembered for
Ancient Greece, Classical Greece, Hellenistic Greece.
it is the parliamentar republic
Greece and rome
they do not have a goverment
Ancient Greece was a Monarchy, oligarchie, tyranny, then a democracy (in order).
The answer is Ancient Greece my answer is/: Athens,Greece
Yes, Greece has a Prime Minister whom is the head of government. Greece also has a President whom is the head of state.
The name for the southern area of Greece is called the Peloponnesus. Greece also have hundreds of islands surrounding the mainland.
In Rome and in Greece Cupid is the god of love, but in Greece his name is Eros, Cupid is his Roman name.
The name "Greece" is the English name for the country, the Greek name for the country (the original one) is "Helinika" (this is obviously not in the greek language but i made it as easy to pronounce as i could)
Ancient Greece was not a unified country with a single government; every city had its own government, and every city also had its own form of government, and its own method of choosing a ruler.
Democracy is the correct answer