Whether it was under the Republic or Empire, Rome was a unified state; whereas Greece was comprised of lots of independent city-states - there was no...
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Whether it was under the Republic or Empire, Rome was a unified state; whereas Greece was comprised of

lots of independent city-states - there was no unified Greek government. Compare and contrast the government of Rome with those of ancient Greece. Why was Rome able to unify and Greece unable to unify? Were there any governments of any of the Greek city-states that were similar to Rome's Republic and Empire.

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