Ancient Greece : Athenian Democracy

Ancient Greece : Athenian Democracy

Athenian Democracy

Athenian Democracy

Athens in the to century BCE had an extraordinary system of government, whereby all male citizens had equal political rights, freedom of speech.

Ancient Greece Democracy Article- Demokratia abolished the political distinctions between the Athenian aristocrats and the working class people in Athens. In the city only people who were 18 or older could participate in government so only about 40,000 people were able to participate in the democratic process.

Ancient Greece Democracy - once called demokratia. The Athenian democracy was one of ancient Greece’s most enduring contributions to the modern world.

Athenian Democracy - Ancient History Encyclopedia A brief history of one of the earliest examples of democracy

Athenian Democracy

Athens in the to century BCE had an extraordinary system of government, whereby all male citizens had equal political rights, freedom of speech.

Athenian #Democracy | Pericles

Athenian Democracy

Pericles BCE, whose name means "surrounded by glory") was a prominent statesman, famous orator, and general (in Greek 'Strategos’) of Athens during the Golden Age of Athens.

Athenian democracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Athenian leader Cleisthenes introduced a system of political reforms that he called demokratia or “rule by the people”

Athenian Democracy -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

Athenian Democracy

The image shown are called Doric columns and were created as early as 600 BC. Doric columns are a combination of a rectangular slab, above a circular slab. Doric columns stand plain and smooth.

Greek Revolution, Athenian Democracy, 508 BC Klisthenis

After the three-year conflicts in 508 b. Klisthenis came to power, he placed the foundations of Athenian democracy with serious reforms.

Athenian Democracy (History)

marble statues of Plato in the front and Goddess Athena in the back at the National Academy in Athens

Athenian Democracy Lapbook Tutorial - YouTube

Athenian Democracy Lapbook Tutorial - YouTube

Insults That Build Walls: Holding Politicians And The News Media Accountable

Insults That Build Walls: Holding Politicians and the News Media Accountable

Pericles' Funeral Oration is a famous speech from Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War"Therefore, having judged that to be happy means to be free, and to be free means to be brave, do not shy away from the risks" painting by Philipp Foltz 1852

Actor posing as Cleisthenes. Cleisthenes was the son of an Athenian, but the grandson and namesake of a foreign Greek tyrant, the ruler of Sicyon in the Peloponnese

Good Article to prep for Government Unit or Europe Democracy in Arhens-Cleisthenes and history

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