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The Fall of Democracy in Greece

Originally published on June 4, 2017, by Misty Smith for HIS-321 Ancient World of Greece & Rome at Southern New Hampshire University. For thousands of years, the Greeks had survived, although not as a totally united society, numerous wars, both internal and external. Many believed that the Greeks would never be fully conquered, or even fully unified. [1,2] Classical […]

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