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And the most important thing that these city states had were citizens which lived in these small walled areas. These city states protected their citizens against some external forces like other cities and foreign intruders. Moreover, every polis developed independently, this means that every polis had its own policy, rules, thoughts and even calendars...
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Sparta used oligarchy and Athens used democracy. According to Hopper, Sparta “began to develop as a militant polis with a rigid social structure and a government that included an assembly representing all citizens.” Besides, they used the type of government oligarchy. Their economy based on agriculture and they ruled by a group...
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