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PERIOD
SLAVE SOCIETY
SOVEREIGN CITY-STATE
POMPEIOPOLIS
EAST CITY-STATE
GREEK CITY-STATE
LITTLE
RULER
RIVAL
MOSCOW
BROTHER
CITIZENS
STATE
TRANSITION
HONG KONG
FLORENCE
NORTH
TROY
MENELAUS
MYCENAE
ACROPOLIS
SALAMIS
COUNTRIES
TYRE
TIME
ROMAN REPUBLIC
SMYRNA
ITALY
AVIGNON
CAPITAL
AKKAD
PERSIANS
ANCIENT GREEKS
DIFFERENT CLASSES
SURROUNDING TERRITORY
POWER
KING
CITY
MEGARA
WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN
CARTHAGE
ROME
VATICAN CITY
ANCIENT
ATHENS
ISLAND
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Definitions

  1. Rome the city-state was no more.

Period

  1. This city-state emerged in the same period as Sukhothai.

Slave Society

  1. Slave Society: which develops when the tribe becomes a city-state. (Web site)

Sovereign City-State

  1. From early in the 1st millennium, Athens was a sovereign city-state, ruled at first by kings (see Kings of Athens).

Pompeiopolis

  1. The capitol center of this new city-state was Pompeiopolis, of which the remains still stand near Taşköprü District in Kastamonu. (Web site)

East City-State

  1. Naplanum ruled the ancient Near East city-state of Larsa ca.

Greek City-State

  1. Now he and Antigone end their journey near the Greek city-state of Athens at a place called Colonus. (Web site)

Little

  1. During this final phase, Byzantium was little more than a rich city-state that hired foreign mercenary bands for its defence. (Web site)

Ruler

  1. Kudur-Mabuk was a ruler in the ancient Near East city-state of Larsa from 1770 BC to 1754 BC. His sons Warad-Sin and Rim-Sin I were kings of Larsa.

Rival

  1. An ancient Greek city-state and rival of Athens. (Web site)

Moscow

  1. The one exception is Ivan, Grand Duke of the the city-state of Moscow. (Web site)

Brother

  1. Aeson was a peaceful man and did not wish to bring a war to the city-state and made his brother the ruler of the Boeotia.

Citizens

  1. Athens was probably the only Greek city-state with more than 20,000 citizens. (Web site)

State

  1. The state of Zhao invades the (fictional) city-state of Liang.

Transition

  1. As Rome grew from a small city-state to a great empire, its institutions proved unable to handle the transition.

Hong Kong

  1. In Hong Kong, the Basic Law guarantees a large degree of autonomy (under the principle "one country, two systems") to the citizens of the city-state. (Web site)

Florence

  1. He joins the court of Louis of Bavaria as embassador from the city-state of Florence. (Web site)
  2. Cosimo earned for himself the position of Gran Maestro of Florence, which was a title given to the unofficial head of the city-state. (Web site)

North

  1. While there were several Etruscan tribes, one of the most powerful was the Tarquinii, whose city-state, Tarquinia, was just north of Rome.

Troy

  1. During the flourishing of the city-state of Troy, a part of the Bryges emigrated to Anatolia as Trojan allies or under the protection of Troy.
  2. The first inhabitants of what became the city-state of Rome may have been refugees from defeated Troy, led by the semi-legendary hero Aeneas. (Web site)
  3. Not only did the Mycenaeans defeat the Minoans, but according to legend, they twice defeated Troy, a powerful city-state that rivaled Mycenae's power.

Menelaus

  1. As the story goes, two princes from the city-state of Troy (located in modern day Turkey) were visiting the court of Menelaus.

Mycenae

  1. Iphigenia was a princess of the ancient Greek city-state of Mycenae, some sources say she was the oldest daughter.

Acropolis

  1. The Athenian nobleman Cylon tries to seize the Acropolis and make himself tyrant (chief archon) of the city-state (year approximate).
  2. In the Greek city-state the civic center was also the home of the city's deities: the acropolis.

Salamis

  1. Herodotus reports that there were 378 Greek ships at Salamis, broken down by city-state (as indicated in the table); however, his numbers only add to 366. (Web site)

Countries

  1. The barangay was akin to the Greek city-state in many respects and the sultanate to the feudal commonwealth of other countries. (Web site)

Tyre

  1. Sidon was the third great Phoenician city-state, rivaling Byblos and Tyre as a naval power.

Time

  1. Beginning at the time of its inception, Fribourg built a city-state; initially, the land it controlled was somewhat distant.

Roman Republic

  1. The Roman Republic was a form of government that worked well with a city-state or even a group of powerful city-states in control of a region.
  2. Civil Wars (1st century BC) The institutions of the Roman republic, born for governing a city-state, were unfit to rule over such a large empire.

Smyrna

  1. From then on Smyrna achieved an identity of city-state.

Italy

  1. Born in Treviso, Italy, Ramusio was the son of Paolo Ramusio, a magistrate in the city-state of Venice. (Web site)

Avignon

  1. He revisited that city-state twice and was also sent to Brandenburg, Milan and Avignon. (Web site)

Capital

  1. The previously independent city-state Nan, capital of a Tai Lue people, was added to the kingdom in 1449. (Web site)
  2. For a brief period when Kraków was an independent city-state (Republic of Kraków), Kielce became the capital of the Kraków Voivodship. (Web site)
  3. Ancient Greek city-state, capital of Laconia and chief city of the Peloponnese.

Akkad

  1. Sargon of Akkad established his kingdom in 2371 B.C., becoming the first king to assert control outside of his city-state.

Persians

  1. The Persians marched through northern Greece, gaining the voluntary or grudging assistance of virtually every city-state.
  2. Every Greek city-state that had not then fallen to the Persians was called except Massalia and her colonies, and Cyrene.

Ancient Greeks

  1. TO BE A CITIZEN OF A CITY-STATE: The ancient Greeks referred to themselves, however, as citizens of their individual city-states.

Different Classes

  1. The Roman Republic had many different classes of people who existed within the city-state.

Surrounding Territory

  1. Most of the dialect sub-groups listed above had further subdivisions, generally equivalent to a city-state and its surrounding territory, or to an island. (Web site)

Power

  1. Nanse (Sumerian) Tutelary Goddess of the city-state of Lagash, Shewas an oracular divinity with the power to interpret dreams and omens. (Web site)
  2. Persian influence was strong, and Persian gold was poured out to aid one Greek city-state or another in the interminable struggle for power. (Web site)

King

  1. Agamemnon, King of the city-state of Mycenae, hurried home victorious, carrying with him great treasures & the enslaved Trojan princess, Cassandra. (Web site)
  2. His brother, King Menelaus, was the king of the city-state of Sparta.

City

  1. The Republic of Venice was a city-state in Venetia in Northeastern Italy, based around the city of Venice. (Web site)
  2. Emperor Constantine founded the city of Byzantium on the site of a former Greek city-state, and made it the capital of the Roman Empire. (Web site)
  3. The city was founded by Ancient Greek Corinthians and became a very powerful city-state. (Web site)

Megara

  1. The Athenian general and statesman Phocion helps the city-state of Megara defend itself against Philip II of Macedonia (see 346 B.C.; 340 B.C.).
  2. Byzantium was an ancient Greek city-state, founded by Greek colonists from Megara in 667 BC and named after their king Byzas. (Web site)

Western Mediterranean

  1. It was a powerful city-state with a large commercial empire and with the exception of Rome, the strongest power in the western Mediterranean.

Carthage

  1. The war was a clash of interests between the growing Roman empire and the already powerful city-state of Carthage.
  2. Berber tribal identities survived undiminished during the long period of dominance by the city-state of Carthage. (Web site)

Rome

  1. This worked well during the first two centuries of Rome's existence when Rome was little more than a city-state built on seven hills and ruled by a king.
  2. Carthage, a major city-state in North Africa, was eventually destroyed by Rome, thus ending the Third Punic War. (Web site)
  3. By 29 BC, Rome had completed its transition from being a city-state with a network of dependencies, to being the capital of a world empire.

Vatican City

  1. Apart from the Vatican City, it is the only city-state that is completely surrounded by another country.
  2. In 1929 the Lateran Treaty settled the pope's relation to the Italian state and set up an independent city-state (see Vatican City). (Web site)

Ancient

  1. Israel's influence in the ancient city-state of Carthage has never before been so thoroughly documented, nor her definite presence in early Britain.
  2. Salamis was an ancient city-state on the east coast of Cyprus, at the mouth of the river Pedieos, 6 km North of Famagusta.
  3. Hannibal, son of Hamilcar Barca 248–183 or 182 BC A marble bust, reputedly of Hannibal, originally found at the ancient city-state of Capua in Italy. (Web site)

Athens

  1. A number of "purifications" were executed by the city-state of Athens in an attempt to render the island fit for the proper worship of the Gods. (Web site)
  2. In antiquity, Alimos existed as a fishing town on the outskirts of the city-state of Athens.
  3. In addition to being a modern European city, Athens is also famous for being a powerful city-state and a very important center of learning in ancient times.

Island

  1. North of these islands lies Singapore, an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. (Web site)
  2. Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
  3. The island was once a city-state in its own right, and as the Kingdom of Sicily ruled from Palermo over southern Italy, Sicily, and Malta.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > States > Bremen
  2. Phoenicians
  3. History > Civilizations > Ancient Greece > Sparta
  4. Bronze Age > Mesopotamia > Assyria > Assur
  5. Peloponnesus

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