This Ancient Greek Governments history lesson provides younger students with an introductory level of understanding of the government structure of Ancient Athens and Sparta. Democracy, Monarchy, and Oligarchy are discussed. Bodies of government such as the Assembly, Council of 500, Courts, the Ephorate, Council of Elders and the Assembly of Spartiates are also covered within this lesson idea.
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