Greece and Rome government
By Emely Mejia
Roman system of laws
Rome systems of laws were carved on twelve tablets for all to see. The people that have to obey the laws were the Roman citizens. Today in Rome the Roman laws became the basis for many codes of laws developed in European countries.
Greece systems of laws
Ancient Greece was not a country with a single government. Instead, ancient Greece was divided into hundreds of independent city-states (cities that acted like countries). These city-states usually included a city plus its surrounding countryside, farms and small villages. Each city-state had its own government, laws, and customs. Greece system of laws was city-states.
There were many Greek gods and many believed that different gods had different powers to change something.
Just like the Greeks the Romans had many other different gods.