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Ancient Greek Citizenship. Citizenship is something you should really take seriously. Not to lecture you or anything, but it is a big deal. Being a citizen means legally belonging and having all ...

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Although ancient Greek Society was dominated by the male citizen, with his full legal status, right to vote, hold public office, and own property, the social groups which made up the population of a typical Greek city-state or polis were remarkably diverse. Women, children, immigrants (both Greek and foreign), labourers, and slaves all had defined roles, but there was interaction (often ...

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What is the definition for citizen in ancient Greece and ancient rome? Answer. Wiki User March 01, 2009 5:54PM "Citizen" in Ancient Rome meant that you were a man who owned land. These people were ...

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The concept of citizenship first arose in towns and city-states of ancient Greece, where it generally applied to property owners but not to women, slaves, or the poorer members of the community. A citizen in a Greek city-state was entitled to vote and was liable to taxation and military service.

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History of citizenship describes the changing relation between an individual and the state, commonly known as citizenship.Citizenship is generally identified not as an aspect of Eastern civilization but of Western civilization. There is a general view that citizenship in ancient times was a simpler relation than modern forms of citizenship, although this view has been challenged.

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citizenship translation in English-Ancient Greek (to 1453) dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "citizenship".Found in 0 ms.

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Citizenship in Ancient Rome. The Romans shared the Greek belief that citizenship involved certain responsibilities and privileges. Citizens in ancient Rome had the right to vote, the right to make legally binding contracts, and the right to enter into a marriage recognized as legal by the state (which established the legitimacy of children and ...

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Going through the printable worksheet and quiz gives you the chance to analyze your knowledge of citizenship in Ancient Greece. You have the...

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Many political commentators, starting as early as 1856, have interpreted the word "idiot" as reflecting the Ancient Greeks' attitudes to civic participation and private life, combining the ancient meaning of 'private citizen' with the modern meaning 'fool' to conclude that the Greeks used the word to say that it is selfish and foolish not to ...

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Greek citizenship stemmed from the fusion of two elements, (a) the notion of the individual state as a ‘thing’ with boundaries, a history, and a power of decision, and (b) the notion of its inhabitants participating in its life as joint proprietors. The first element was a product of the various processes of state formation which eroded personal chieftainship by centralizing power and ...