Scholars have debated the scope of rhetoric since ancient times

001: Republics Ancient & Modern, Vol. 1: The Ancien Régime in Classical Greece
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Thus, the major peculiarities of the Ancient Greek political system were; firstly, its fragmentary nature; and secondly the focus on urban centres within otherwise tiny states. There was not one country, but many little countries called "city states".

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The Myth of Greek Ethnic 'Purity' - History of Macedonia

"The Ancient Greeks, though proud of themselves and their recent accomplishments, did not see their political institutions, science, philosophy or religion as original.

Most historians agree that the foundations of many facets of modern life were laid in ancient Greece and Rome ..
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But rather than dwell on wars, political maneuvers, philosophical subtleties, literary artifice, or artistic achievement, we will ponder the values of ancient Greeks and Romans, how they were formed, and how in turn they helped form the many institutions still familiar to us today.This course has been selected to represent historical analysis in our core curriculum, and thus will pay close attention to the workings of history.

Of the literature of ancient Greece only a relatively small proportion survives
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Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy

There was no Greek nation-State or any other single political entity for the Greeks in the fourth century B.C.; the Macedonian empire was nothing like the Greek or any other modern nation-state, and in any case it is highly probable that the ancient Greeks regarded the Macedonian rulers, as they did their later Roman rulers, as barbarians and not as Greeks, though they were doubtless too polite or cautious to say so.

AFRICAN KINGDOMS - Kingdoms of Ancient African …

In spite of being distant civilizations, Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece share similarities and difference in terms of how they practiced religion,political structure, everyday life style, and how they built the monumental architectures that continued to amaze the modern world of today....

European Kingdoms - The History Files

The History curriculum for 5th and 6th grades in a Waldorf school follows the thread of development of the post-Atlantean cultures through Ancient India, Persia, Egypt and Chaldea, Greece and Rome. This provides a picture of the changing human consciousness from ancient clairvoyance to the loss of spiritual vision and, with it, the awakening of independent awareness and materialism. Wilkinson guides the teacher to a deeper understanding of the spiritual significance of mythologies and great epics, and shows how the ancient world points the way to the future.

Ancient Greek (women) philosophers – Stoic Compass

The civilization of Ancient Greece has been immensely influential on language, politics, educational systems, philosophy, science, and the arts. It became the of the to the point of marginalizing native traditions. As put it,

Political Science and Government

It represented a primary identification with a social and political community that was both directly continuous with that of ancient Rome and required the abandonment or subordination of any ethnic or local identities that diminished or fractured the unity of the Roman polity.