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PolisBy: JAAM
•   “Polis” comes from the word politics.•   Polis is a city state.•   One example of a polis is Athens.•   Athens was the...
• Pericles was the one who declared that Athens  was a democracy.• Pericles was the leader for 30 years.• In 510 B.C. Athe...
• Those who chosen served for 1 year as  the law makers of Athens.• The government ran on public officials.• It took radic...
• Those citizens who were willing to serve in  a certain office put their names in.• For a short period of time, everyone ...
• The first attempt to becoming a  democracy began under Solon in 594  B.C., but his effort at instituting a  constitution...
• Citizens had more rights in Greece city  states than any others.• Women were undemocratic because  women had no voice in...
• Athenian democracy was chosen at  random.• The Athenian communities were split into  10 tribes.• Each tribe chose 50 cit...
• Only males who were of Athenian birth  could vote.• About 30,000 out of 250,000 men can  vote.• A new president was chos...
• Thanks for watching!
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  1. 1. PolisBy: JAAM
  2. 2. • “Polis” comes from the word politics.• Polis is a city state.• One example of a polis is Athens.• Athens was the urban area of Attica, and many more.
  3. 3. • Pericles was the one who declared that Athens was a democracy.• Pericles was the leader for 30 years.• In 510 B.C. Athens created the first democracy.• 500 names were drawn each year to declare the citizens of Athens.
  4. 4. • Those who chosen served for 1 year as the law makers of Athens.• The government ran on public officials.• It took radical measures to limit the officials powers.
  5. 5. • Those citizens who were willing to serve in a certain office put their names in.• For a short period of time, everyone was willing to take an active part in the government.
  6. 6. • The first attempt to becoming a democracy began under Solon in 594 B.C., but his effort at instituting a constitutional democracy soon fell.• A man named Peistratus replaced it with a repressive sligarchy.
  7. 7. • Citizens had more rights in Greece city states than any others.• Women were undemocratic because women had no voice in government.• Only Women,children,and slaves could not vote.
  8. 8. • Athenian democracy was chosen at random.• The Athenian communities were split into 10 tribes.• Each tribe chose 50 citizens.• These citizens made up the senate.
  9. 9. • Only males who were of Athenian birth could vote.• About 30,000 out of 250,000 men can vote.• A new president was chosen every 24 hours.
  10. 10. • Thanks for watching!
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