Who were the 10 generals that appointed the Athens?
They commanded the army and the navy. There were 10, one appointed from each tribe. As they were held to be more reliable than the political office-bearers, they were often given political tasks to implement by the assembly of the people when it made significant decisions.
It was nothing like it - they were not a board, but rather 10 field commanders, one appointed by each tribe in Athens, who led forces on land and sea as operations required.
Datis and Artaphernes, the generals appointed by Persian king Darius I to command the punative expedition against Athens and Eritea.
In Athens, ten generals were appointed, one from each tribe. Their job was to lead in war, however the Assembly often gave them important non-military matters to implement as they did not trust their randomly selected councilors to be reliably capable of doing major direction.
As the US Civil War unfolded, the US army was small and did not have many generals. In order to command all the Union recruits, new generals had to be appointed. In 1861, Lincoln appointed one hundred and twenty six generals.
Roman generals were not elected, they were appointed. Caesar became a general in 59 BC along with his governorship of Gaul. Roman generals were not elected, they were appointed. Caesar became a general in 59 BC along with his governorship of Gaul. Roman generals were not elected, they were appointed. Caesar became a general in 59 BC along with his governorship of Gaul. Roman generals were not elected, they were appointed. Caesar became a general… Read More
At the beginning of the US Civil War, President Lincoln appointed generals for political reasons, not based on military experience.
The leaders depended on the type of government. For a time Tyrants were prevalent, however these were gradually replaced by other forms. Sparta had a dual kingship, with five elected magistrates called Ephors. The more usual magistrates were called Archons - Athens appointed 10, with a variety of functions - religious affairs, judicial affairs, finance, etc. Macedonia had a king appointed by acclaim of the army. War leadership also varied - it was the prerogative… Read More
Ten generals - one from each tribe - were appointed to lead the army. They were often given directions by the Assembly to to implement decisions by the Assembly, as they were appointed on merit, rather than randomly by lot as were the 500 council members.
In Sparta, the two kings were the war leaders, and the conduct of warlike operations was determined by them in conjunction with the council. In Athens there were 10 generals, one from each tribe, who were charged with the conduct of wars after the Assembly had determined to engage in war.
In Athens it was carried out by the family, in Sparta it was done by appointed supervisors.
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They led armies out into battle.
The generals appointed under their political system - this might be a king, a tyrant or an elected or appointed general.
In democratic Athens, just one - an assembly of the people every fortnight. The magistrates and generals carried out their directions.
The city-state of Athens was among the first to experiment with rule by the many. In the 600s BC, Athens suffered from the same problems as other city-states. After years of unrest, Athens found themselves on the brink of war. In 594 BC, the aristocrats who ruled Athens appointed a leader named Solon to make changes.
Athens had 10 generals (strategoi) - one for each of the ten tribes which contributed to the Athenian army. The senior one was the Polemarch who was the magistrate nominally in command. The generals were alloted tasks and given resources to carry them out. The story at Marathon was that they took it in turns to command on each day, and it was Miltiades' turn on day 10 when the Persians split their cavalry off… Read More
To become warlords and control the armies movements.
After his death much of his empire was split among three of his generals
Athens had not been a kingdom for half a millennium. Athens government was democratic, headed by ten Archons (magistrates). The army and navy were commanded by ten generals headed by the War Archon.
He appointed his generals as provincial governors, who ruled by force as required.
The Assembly The Council of 500 The Juries Ten Generals
It was captured by Alexander the Great, who appointed his generals as provincial governors. After Alexander's early death the generals turned their provinces into independent kingdoms of their own.
There is always a debate on how many generals there were in the Civil War. Both sides in the war had militia so for the purpose of this question let only count the generals that were properly appointed or nominated. For the Union side there was 564 generals, and for the Confederate side there were 401.
hooker, meade, and grant-apex♥
Mainly by lot. However as they didn't want to be led in war by any old randomly-chosen idiot, the 10 generals were nominated, one by each tribe. This idea also resulted in important decisions of the assembly having a rider: the generals to implement, evn though they were not military matters.
One key advantage the North lacked was the number of generals who could serve a "general in chief " of the entire Union military. Lincoln had to appoint, then relieve far too many generals whom he appointed to take on that responsibility with success. Finally, Lincoln appointed General Grant to handle that assignment and Grant succeeded where the former generals failed.
All citizens were eligible for compulsory military service when called out. The citizens were required to complete part-time ilitary training. Generals were appointed to command the army and navy forces. Each warrior brought a serf or slave(s) with him to assist in domestic activities and to act as light infantryand bowmen.
The city of Athens was experiencing a period of rest when they appointed Solon to create a new constitution for them. Solon created what is known as the Solonian constitution, which brought reform to Athens.
He appointed governors - mostly his generals or tributary kings, to run each province.
This was held to be democratic and get rid of any suggestion of influence or class. However each tribe elected one of their 10 generals - they didn't want to be led in war by someone whose name came out of a hat.
Over the course of the civil war which generals were appointed by president Lincoln to lead the union army?
Hooker, Meade, and Grant.
In ancient Athens Greece tribes and generals took turns at power This is an example of what type of political system?
military commander(s). the details of the origins and appointment of generals in early Athens are not at all clear
Sparta: Eurybiades and Pausanias. Athens: Miltiades. Themistocles, Xanthippos. Cimon
The generals appointed by both sides over the 50-year period the wars went on for.
In ancient Athens Greece tribes generals took turns at power. What type of political system is this?
It's called Aligarchi
Abraham Lincoln I believe. However, the first generals he appointed all were fired or didn't want the position. In fact, he actually asked General Lee if he would take the position. Lee ended up going with the South. McClellan was hired then fired the hired then fired by Lincoln. There are a few more in between there. Then Sherman was hired, and so was Grant.
All information gleaned from the following website: www.history.navy.mil/trivia/triv4-5m.htm Originally the King was the ultimate commander in times of war. He appointed Captains to run the wars. They were termed " Captain Generals" to denoted their rank of head of the war effort in an overall or "general" sphere of operations. If the Captain Generals had too much on their plate, they appoint assistants or Lieutenants. They took the name Lieutenant Generals. The suppley and administration… Read More
There were hundreds of Confederate Generals in the war. The leading was Lieutenant General Robert E. Lee. In early 1865, President Davis appointed Lee to be what is considered the general in chief of Confederate military forces.
One was appointed by each of the ten tribes. Unlike most appointments under the Athenian democracy, they were not selected by lot - the citizens, who made up the army and navy, didn't want some incompetent clown drawn out of a hat leading them in battle. Also, the Assembly, after passing an important motion, usually added the clause 'the generals to implement', for the same reason.
After 700 B.C. Athens did not have Kings. Ater594 B.C. a tyrant by the name of Cliesthenes set up Athens as a form of Direct Democracy. They did have elected Generals called Strategoi who were in charge ina time of War.
The Assembly of all male citizens made all decisions which the Council implemented. When the Assembly thought that the elected Councillors were too dumb to sort out a complex problem they gave the implementation to the generals who were appointed from each tribe, not elected as they were not going to go to war led by some dummo selected by lot. The juries contained such a large number of citizens (hundreds) that they were effectively… Read More
Lincoln didn't fight... he was the president. However he appointed generals and drafted men to fight for the Union army
Two generals put down the riots: Belisarius and Mundus.
He appointed his Macedonian generals to govern the various provinces. After his death, with no clear successor, thiese generals made themselves kings of the provinces - Macedonia, Egypt, Syria etc (today we call them Hellenistic kingdoms), so his empire did not outlast him.
Their function was to lead the army when it was called out, but the Assembly often added a rider to decisions it made 'the generals to implement' because the members of the Council of 500 were selected by lot, and could not be trusted to implement directions of the Assembly with any confidence.
Athenian education was given in the home. Spartan education was given by appointed teachers in a boarding school.
George Washington was president and he appointed one of his revolutionary war generals, Anthony Wayne, as its leader in the Northwest Indian War.