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The Greek, Roman, And U.S Governments

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Ancient Roman Banquet

I will have a public banquet.The public banquet was common for celebrations like Christmas and Easter but, I’m going to have one on October 9th. The feast is going to be held in my friend John’s banquet room . I will have food of all types like fish, vegetables , cheese and bread. I will have appetizers, a main course, and dessert.

The servers will be servants. The servants will be paid a reasonable amount. They will carry the expensive silverware and the fragile plates. The silverware is made of high quality silver. Everything will be silver including the plates, cups, spoons, and the less common forks and knifes.

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In some city states there was a king. The king would be in charge of everything. In other city states there was an oligarchy.

An oligarchy is when a group of people control the government. Finally there was the democracy. A democracy lets people elect their leader by voting. Athens was the only city state that had a democracy. Only citizens of Athens were allowed to vote.

In the U.S government there are three branches. The executive branch includes the President. He can pass or veto a law. The legislative branch make new laws and rights. The judicial branch helps settle important cases about the Constitution.

Ancient Greek and Roman Architecture

The ancient romans built many things like the aqueduct and the amphitheater. To help them they perfected the three types of columns. Doric was the plainest and most used for a nice simple column. The Ionic was like the doric, but it had scrolls at the top. The corinthian style columns were quite fancy and were mostly used for roman temples.

The ancient greeks were famous for putting elegant and amazing columns on their buildings. They were also famous for the Acropolis. The Acropolis was made for the Gods. Acropolis means high city. In the acropolis’ is the Parthenon. The parthenon was made as a place of worship for Athena.

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