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23 October, 06:36

Explain the structure of society in the Greek city-states, and be sure to tell me what a city-state is and how it works.

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  1. 23 October, 06:57
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    A Greek-City state was an independent city that governed itself according to its principles. It was connected to other city states through a shared culture and religion, but politically they were independent from each other. The power was held by men who were adult and free who could participate in politics and decide on the future of the state. Women and children were ranked lower than that and had no such power. Lowest ranked were slaves who were either slaves as punishment for breaking laws or were imprisoned after wars.
  2. 23 October, 08:30
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    The structure of society in the Greek city-states was formed as a village community at a higher stage of development in a common market and a judicial center with a common God. Its social structure was made up of elected citizens and slaves.
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