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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athenian_democracy

Estimates of the population of ancient Athens vary. During the 4th century BC, there might well have been some 250,000–300,000 people in Attica. Citizen families could have amounted to 100,000 people and out of these some 30,000 would have been the adult male citizens entitled to vote in the assembly.

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CITIZENSHIP. Ancient Greek and Roman societies granted their citizens rights and responsibilities that slaves, foreigners, and other people who were considered subordinate did not possess. Citizenship rights changed over time. While the Greeks tended to limit citizenship to children born to citizens, the Romans were more willing to extend ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_citizenship

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 in Athens. ... This public radio story describes how direct democracy was carried out in ancient Athens, a Greek city-state. Listen to learn who was allowed to participate in Athenian politics and how the people of Athens voted for and controled their elected officials.

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In an essay of at least 1–2 paragraphs, explain the role of geographical organization in defining ancient Greek citizenship. Example: Be sure to define city-state and polis in your essay.

www.answers.com/Q/Why_was_citizenship_important_in_ancient_Athens

Citizenship was important in Ancient Athens because: Only citizens could vote, belong to the Assembly, which meant they had some political sway. Only citizens could, own slaves, have heirs and ...

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The Origins of Citizenship in Ancient Athens Book Description: In this unusual synthesis of political and socio-economic history, Philip Manville demonstrates that citizenship for the Athenians was not merely a legal construct but rather a complex concept that was both an institution and a mode of social behavior.

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Citizenship was important in Ancient Athens because: Only citizens could vote, belong to the Assembly, which meant they had some political sway. Only citizens could, own slaves, have heirs and ...

sites.google.com/a/fmpsd.ab.ca/ancient-athens/athenian-vs-canadian-democracy

Ancient Athens Bingo Card... Sitemap. Athenian vs. Canadian Democracy... Athens Canada Criteria for Citizenship -parents and grandparents had to be citizens-free-male-have money-age of maturity, usually 20-independent-local, not foreign -anyone can be a citizen ...

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Athenian citizenship was only for one class or group in their society; citizens. Generally, people were not able to change social classes and rarely would you have a metic or slave become a citizen. Social classes are not apparent today, as our democratic ways have helped to get rid of this unfair evaluation of others.