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Monarchy 2 kings (military role) Council of Elders (advised kings) Assembly of Citizens (approved major decisions & elected ephors ) 5 Ephors (ran day-to-day affairs). Democracy Participation l imited to male citizens, and citizenship was very restricted.

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Monarchy

  • 2 kings (military role)
  • Council of Elders (advised kings)
  • Assembly of Citizens (approved major decisions & elected ephors)
  • 5 Ephors (ran day-to-day affairs)

Democracy

  • Participation limited to male citizens, and citizenship was very restricted.
  • Boys began military training at age 7
  • Boys attended school if family could afford it
  • studied a variety of subjects and received military training.
  • Isolated themselves
  • looked down on trade & wealth
  • forbade travel
  • Economy based on trade
  • Travel encouraged
  • Opened to new ideas
  • Exercised to produce healthy sons
  • Had to obey fathers/husbands
  • Could inherit property
  • No share in public life
  • Well-to-do women lived in seclusion & managed household
  • Poor women worked outside of the home
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Spoke the same language

  • Worshiped the same gods
  • Participated in the same festivals (Olympics)
  • Honored the same heroes (Achilles & Hercules)
  • Had the same view of non-Greeks (barbarians)