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Mesopotamia had a government ruled by one
person. This type of government is called a
Since Mesopotamia had a Monarchy, they had
kings that ruled them.
The people sometimes told the kings what they
wanted and the kings would listen if they were
Priests had the most power. Then
kings, officials, and soldiers. After them
were merchants, traders and craftsman.
Next were farmers. Finally, the lowest
status were slaves.
Ancient Egypt had a king which was named
They had slaves that were used for building
pyramids and many other things.
Egypt is a republic with a semi-presidential
The Vizier was the primary leader of the
government under the Pharaoh.
Under the Vizier was a Nomark who was a
Egypt also had a monarchy because the
Pharaoh ruled everything.
Canada is a democracy so the citizens get to
vote who they want to lead their country.
Canada is also kind of a monarchy because
they are ruled by a queen.
Canada has a queen that rules the
country, they also have a government and
prime minister who run some matters of the
Canada has some slavery but it is not
allowed so there is very little.
Canada has a lot of different kinds of
Ancient Greece had three main different
governments. They were: a monarchy, where
that city was ruled by a king. An
oligarchy, where the city was ruled by a
small group of people. Finally, a
democracy, where the citizens ruled and
made some decisions.
Ancient Greeks had a lot of slaves who
served citizens as well as important people.
Ancient Greek sometimes had tyranny when
someone killed the leader and then became
Ancient Greece also had public officials.
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