c.800 BCThe majority of Greek states were governed by groups of rich landowners, called aristocrats; this word is derived from 'aristoi', meaning best people. This was a system known as 'oligarchy' the rule by the few.
c.750 BCAthenian power in the Archaic Period was controlled by Aeropagus, or council. Their policies were delivered through three magistrates called Archons.
c.500 BCDemocracy was introduced by an aristocrat, Cleisthenes. Who was from family of the Alcmaeonids in 508 BC, after 2 years of civil war, they used the help of Spartans to secure power.
Ancient Greece - Culture and Society in the Ancient Greek World
Just asking: So, if we read the beliefs and myths of ancient Greece as far back as we can go (800 BC) will we see a hint of Christianity being developed through their philosophies?
Ancient Greek society had unique people. They believed that all individuals should have a free life.The first intellectual city in Greece was Athens which came into existence in 508 B.C. It was the first city which established its first democracy. I believe that Greece society is about 800 BC old.
Classic Greek Society dates to about 600 to 800 BC.
The Greek Islands have been settled since before the Neolithic age.
The Helladic society began on Greek Mainland 2900-1150B.C.E this was also the Bronze Age, Minoan society on Crete, a Island of Greece.
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