Minoans had an island civilization whereas the Mycenaean were on the mainland. Minoan civilization mysteriously collapsed but the Mycenaean ended in warfare. They both had large palaces, kings, and trade.
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Minoans collapsed for unknown reason – maybe Mycenaean conquered them; maybe an undersea earthquake caused waves that wiped it out. Mycenaean grew weaker from internal conflict and ended after earthquakes destroyed their buildings.
They isolated the city-states from each other and from other nations leading Greek to think they were small independent countries.
a. Who can be a citizen? Greek city-states- free landowning men who were born in the polis. United States- born in the US; by naturalizationWhat are the rights of citizenship? United States – vote, political office, defend themselves in court, speech, and religion. Greek city-states – vote, public office, own property and defend themselves in court. b. What are the responsibilities of citizenship? United States- obey the law, vote, and pay taxes. Greek City-Sates- government service and fighting for the polis as citizen soliders.
He divided into provinces. Each province were ruled by a governor (satrap), who collected taxes, judges legal cases, managed the police, and recruited soldiers for the Persian army.
The Greeks made the Persians come to them then caught them by surprise and their ships were smaller in size and faster, so they could maneuvered more easy.
Who was the most during its golden age important general in Athenian government after the Persian Wars?
Pericles made Athens a more democratic city-state.Athens became the center of learning and the arts.He supported writers, artists, teachers, sculptors, and architectPhilosophers flourished
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