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This Review contains major "City-State"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Rome the city-state was no more.
- This city-state emerged in the same period as Sukhothai.
- Slave Society: which develops when the tribe becomes a city-state.
- From early in the 1st millennium, Athens was a sovereign city-state, ruled at first by kings (see Kings of Athens).
- The capitol center of this new city-state was Pompeiopolis, of which the remains still stand near Taşköprü District in Kastamonu.
- Naplanum ruled the ancient Near East city-state of Larsa ca.
- Now he and Antigone end their journey near the Greek city-state of Athens at a place called Colonus.
- During this final phase, Byzantium was little more than a rich city-state that hired foreign mercenary bands for its defence.
- 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.
- An ancient Greek city-state and rival of Athens.
- The one exception is Ivan, Grand Duke of the the city-state of Moscow.
- 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.
- Athens was probably the only Greek city-state with more than 20,000 citizens.
- The state of Zhao invades the (fictional) city-state of Liang.
- As Rome grew from a small city-state to a great empire, its institutions proved unable to handle the transition.
- 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.
- He joins the court of Louis of Bavaria as embassador from the city-state of Florence.
- Cosimo earned for himself the position of Gran Maestro of Florence, which was a title given to the unofficial head of the city-state.
- While there were several Etruscan tribes, one of the most powerful was the Tarquinii, whose city-state, Tarquinia, was just north of Rome.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- As the story goes, two princes from the city-state of Troy (located in modern day Turkey) were visiting the court of Menelaus.
- Iphigenia was a princess of the ancient Greek city-state of Mycenae, some sources say she was the oldest daughter.
- The Athenian nobleman Cylon tries to seize the Acropolis and make himself tyrant (chief archon) of the city-state (year approximate).
- In the Greek city-state the civic center was also the home of the city's deities: the acropolis.
- 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.
- The barangay was akin to the Greek city-state in many respects and the sultanate to the feudal commonwealth of other countries.
- Sidon was the third great Phoenician city-state, rivaling Byblos and Tyre as a naval power.
- Beginning at the time of its inception, Fribourg built a city-state; initially, the land it controlled was somewhat distant.
- 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.
- 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.
- From then on Smyrna achieved an identity of city-state.
- Born in Treviso, Italy, Ramusio was the son of Paolo Ramusio, a magistrate in the city-state of Venice.
- He revisited that city-state twice and was also sent to Brandenburg, Milan and Avignon.
- The previously independent city-state Nan, capital of a Tai Lue people, was added to the kingdom in 1449.
- For a brief period when Kraków was an independent city-state (Republic of Kraków), Kielce became the capital of the Kraków Voivodship.
- Ancient Greek city-state, capital of Laconia and chief city of the Peloponnese.
- Sargon of Akkad established his kingdom in 2371 B.C., becoming the first king to assert control outside of his city-state.
- The Persians marched through northern Greece, gaining the voluntary or grudging assistance of virtually every city-state.
- Every Greek city-state that had not then fallen to the Persians was called except Massalia and her colonies, and Cyrene.
- TO BE A CITIZEN OF A CITY-STATE: The ancient Greeks referred to themselves, however, as citizens of their individual city-states.
- The Roman Republic had many different classes of people who existed within the city-state.
- 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.
- Nanse (Sumerian) Tutelary Goddess of the city-state of Lagash, Shewas an oracular divinity with the power to interpret dreams and omens.
- Persian influence was strong, and Persian gold was poured out to aid one Greek city-state or another in the interminable struggle for power.
- Agamemnon, King of the city-state of Mycenae, hurried home victorious, carrying with him great treasures & the enslaved Trojan princess, Cassandra.
- His brother, King Menelaus, was the king of the city-state of Sparta.
- The Republic of Venice was a city-state in Venetia in Northeastern Italy, based around the city of Venice.
- 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.
- The city was founded by Ancient Greek Corinthians and became a very powerful city-state.
- 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.).
- Byzantium was an ancient Greek city-state, founded by Greek colonists from Megara in 667 BC and named after their king Byzas.
- It was a powerful city-state with a large commercial empire and with the exception of Rome, the strongest power in the western Mediterranean.
- The war was a clash of interests between the growing Roman empire and the already powerful city-state of Carthage.
- Berber tribal identities survived undiminished during the long period of dominance by the city-state of Carthage.
- 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.
- Carthage, a major city-state in North Africa, was eventually destroyed by Rome, thus ending the Third Punic War.
- 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.
- Apart from the Vatican City, it is the only city-state that is completely surrounded by another country.
- In 1929 the Lateran Treaty settled the pope's relation to the Italian state and set up an independent city-state (see Vatican City).
- Israel's influence in the ancient city-state of Carthage has never before been so thoroughly documented, nor her definite presence in early Britain.
- Salamis was an ancient city-state on the east coast of Cyprus, at the mouth of the river Pedieos, 6 km North of Famagusta.
- 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.
- 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.
- In antiquity, Alimos existed as a fishing town on the outskirts of the city-state of Athens.
- 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.
- North of these islands lies Singapore, an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
- Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
- 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.
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- History > Civilizations > Ancient Greece > Sparta
- Bronze Age > Mesopotamia > Assyria > Assur
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